Contributors

Triple Canopy has worked with several hundred writers, artists, researchers, activists, architects, curators, educators, lawyers, scientists, and other outstanding people whose accomplishments cannot be circumscribed by profession and whose value cannot be expressed in list form. We are extraordinarily grateful to them.

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John W. Fail

John W. Fail is a former Web developer for Triple Canopy. Website

Falconworks Artists Group

Falconworks Artists Group is a Red Hook-based organization for social change working in collaboration with Theater of the Oppressed Laboratory in Manhattan. Falconworks is led by artistic director Reg Flowers, a graduate of Yale’s theater program and 2006 recipient of the BAX10 Award for arts education. Website

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Ryan Falkowitz

Ryan Falkowitz is a photographer based in New York. Website

Michael Famighetti

Michael Famighetti is an editor and writer. He's currently working on a relaunch and redesign of Aperture magazine. He has edited numerous photography books, including volumes by William Christenberry, Robert Adams, John Divola, Jonas Bendiksen, and a series based on the website Tiny Vices. His writing has appeared in Frieze, Bookforum, Aperture, and OjodePez, among other publications. Famighetti has degrees from Bard College and Columbia University, where he has also taught. He has served as a judge for the American Society of Magazine Editors National Magazine Awards and has been a guest reviewer and speaker at many international photography festivals and institutions, including the Bamako Biennial; Krakow PhotoMonth; GuatePhoto; Rhubarb Rhubarb, Birmingham, U.K.; Festival de la Luz, Buenos Aires; Museet for Fotokunst, Odense; and Fotografiska, Stockholm. Website

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Taraneh Fazeli

Taraneh Fazeli is a former contributing editor of Triple Canopy. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.  

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Silvia Federici

Silvia Federici , emerita professor of political philosophy and international studies at Hofstra University, is an activist, teacher, and writer whose most recent book is Revolution at Point Zero.  

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Lizzie Feidelson

Lizzie Feidelson is an associate editor at Triple Canopy. Her writing on dance and performance has appeared in or on Art in America, BOMB, Bookforum, and n+1. She currently dances for Moriah Evans and Anna Sperber. Website

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Fence

Fence is a biannual journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that has a mission to redefine the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. Website

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Peter Fend

Peter Fend is an engineer, businessman and artist. His work has appeared at the Venice Biennale and Documenta IX. He has had solo exhibitions with Esther Schipper, Koln; Christian Nagel, Berlin; Anne de Villepoix, Paris; George Kargl, Vienna; American Fine Arts, New York and elsewhere. His project with Essex Street, New York, Uber Die Grenze has since traveled to the Fondazione Giuliani, Rome and the Gemeentemuseum at the Hague. Website

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Waysatta Fernández

Waysatta Fernández is an artist living in Mexico City and a founding member of Cooperativa Cráter Invertido. She is focused on researching collaborative processes and the ways in which they relate to artistic strategies through editorial and working groups. She has participated in various collaborative projects such as Consultorio Informal de Desplazamiento a Ojos Cerrados (CIDOC), within the framework of Sofía Olascoaga’s Between Utopia and Failure; and Invasorix, a collaboration between Naomi Rincón Gallardo and Revista Cartucho, a magazine of the visual arts; and the audio seminar Psst Psst.  

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Angela Ferraiolo

Angela Ferraiolo is a writer and artist based in New York. She has written for RKO, H20 Productions, and Electronic Arts. Her experimental video work has screened internationally including the New York Film Festival, Australian Experimental Film Festival, Courtisane, ISEA, and the International Festival of Generative Art (Rome).  

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Danyel Ferrari

Danyel Ferrari is an artist, writer, and curator based in Brooklyn. She received an MFA in Combined Media at Hunter College in 2012 and has completed coursework towards an MA in Visual Culture at NYU. She has exhibited in Turkey, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, and Ireland; most recently, her work was included in an exhibition at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts in New York. Website

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Ryan Ffrench

Ryan Ffrench is an Australian filmmaker based in Portland, Oregon. Website

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Yevgeniy Fiks

Yevgeniy Fiks is a Moscow-born, New York-based artist. His work deals with intersections between the histories of the twentieth century international leftist movements, American history, Modernism, and legacy of the Cold War. Website

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Zlatan Filipović

Zlatan Filipović is an assistant professor of multimedia, film, and video art at the American University of Sharjah. He has taught at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo, where he created the school’s first video lab. He continues to organize workshops fostering interactive media production in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Website

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Fillip

Fillip Website

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Tom Finkelpearl

Tom Finkelpearl is the Commissioner of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. In this role he oversees city funding for nonprofit arts organizations across the five boroughs and directs the cultural policy for the City of New York. Prior to his appointment by Mayor Bill de Blasio, Commissioner Finkelpearl served as Executive Director of the Queens Museum for twelve years starting in 2002, overseeing an expansion that doubled the museum’s size and positioning the organization as a vibrant center for social engagement in nearby communities. He also held positions at PS1 Contemporary Art Center, working on the organization’s merger with the Museum of Modern Art, and served as Director of the Department of Cultural Affairs Percent for Art program. Based on his public art experience and additional research, he published a book, Dialogues in Public Art (MIT Press), in 2000. His second book, What We Made: Conversations on Art and Social Cooperation (Duke University Press, 2013) examines the activist, participatory, coauthored aesthetic experiences being created in contemporary art. He received a BA from Princeton University (1979) and an MFA from Hunter College (1983).  

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Bryan Finoki

Bryan Finoki is a writer and the author of Subtopia: A Field Guide to Military Urbanism. He is also the proprietor of the blog Subtopia. Website

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Robert Fitterman

Robert Fitterman  

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The Flaherty

The Flaherty is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the proposition that independent media can illuminate the human spirit. Its mission is to foster exploration, dialogue, and introspection about the art and craft of all forms of the moving image. Website

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Jim Fletcher

Jim Fletcher has worked with Richard Maxwell and the New York City Players for more than twelve years, most recently in Early Plays, a joint production with the Wooster Group. He is a member of the cast of Gatz, the Elevator Repair Service production based on The Great Gatsby, and has worked with Bernadette Corporation, Claire Fontaine, the English group Forced Entertainment (Sight is the Sense That Dying People Tend to Lose First, Quizoola!), and Sarah Michelson (Devotion). In 2012, he received an Obie award for sustained excellence of performance. Website

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Adam Florin

Adam Florin is the technology advisor to Triple Canopy. He has built creative software tools for e-flux, MoMA, Cycling '74, and Google Creative Lab, earning a South by Southwest Interactive award. He currently works at Pitch Interactive. Website

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Eve Fowler

Eve Fowler is a co­founder of Artist Curated Projects, and lives and works in Los Angeles. Her recent projects include two collaborations with Sam Gordon at Feature and Printed Matter in New York and a solo show at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Ten billboards related to her series “A Spectacle and Nothing Strange” will be included in LAND’s Manifest Destiny Billboard Project in 2014, appearing from Beaumont, Texas, to Houston.  

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Dan Fox

Dan Fox is coeditor at Frieze magazine and is based in New York City. Fox’s writing has appeared in numerous exhibition catalogues and in publications as diverse as Bulletins of The Serving Library, Dot Dot Dot, The Guardian, and Financial Times. He is a musician and codirector of the music label Junior Aspirin Records. His book Pretentiousness: Why It Matters was published by Fitzcarraldo Editions in 2016.  

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Sophia Le Fraga

Sophia Le Fraga is a poet and visual artist. She is the author of The Anti-Plays (GaussPDF, 2015); literallydead (Spork, 2015); I RL, YOU RL (minuteBOOKS 2013, Troll Thread 2014); and I DON'T WANT ANYTHING TO DO WITH THE INTERNET (KTBAFC, 2012).  

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Hannah Frank

Hannah Frank  

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Edwin Frank

Edwin Frank is the founding and present editor of the New York Review Books Classics series and the author of two books of poetry, The Further Adventures of Pinocchio and Stack.  

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Sam Frank

Sam Frank is a senior editor of Triple Canopy. Website

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Peter Frase

Peter Frase is an editor of Jacobin and a PhD candidate in sociology at the CUNY Graduate Center.  

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Kimmy Eliot Fung

Kimmy Eliot Fung makes, writes, reads, sees, understands. Runs painting room, an atelier based in Brooklyn. Website

Marco Fusinato

Marco Fusinato is an artist and musician living in Melbourne, Australia. He has exhibited and performed at the Sao Paulo Biennial, the Glasgow International Arts Festival, the Melbourne International Arts Festival, and the Institute of Modern Art in Brisbane, where his solo survey “The Color of the Sky Has Melted” was recently on view. Fusinato's primary focus is unconventional uses of the guitar and electronics. His record L’ Origine/Tema is forthcoming on Penultimate Press, (London). Website

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