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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Ellie Ga

Ellie Ga ’s work has been exhibited in New York at Bureau, the Swiss Institute, the Kitchen, and the New Museum; at Galerie du Jour in Paris and Hong Kong; at Konstmuseum in Malmö Sweden; and at Projekt 0047 in Oslo, Norway. She has performed at RISO-Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Sicility; Institute for Cultural Inquiry, Berlin; Betonsalon, Paris; and in New York City at MoMA PS1. She is a founding editor of Ugly Duckling Presse. Website

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William Gaddis

William Gaddis (1922-1998) was the author of five novels, two of which won National Book Awards. He taught a course titled “Literature of Failure” at Bard College in 1979.  

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Malik Gaines

Malik Gaines is an artist and writer based in New York. His essays have appeared in Art Journal, Women & Performance, and in numerous exhibition catalogues and arts publications. His book, Black Performance on the Outskirts of the Left, traces a circulation of political ideas in performances of the 1960s and beyond. Since 2000, Gaines has performed and exhibited extensively with the group My Barbarian, whose work has been shown at MoMA, the New Museum, the Studio Museum in Harlem, the Kitchen, LACMA, MOCA LA, ICA Philadelphia, Toronto’s Power Plant, Amsterdam’s De Appel, Madrid’s El Matadero, Cairo’s Townhouse Gallery, and many others, and has been included in the Whitney Biennial, two Performa Biennials, the Montreal Biennial, and the Baltic Triennial. Gaines also makes performance and video work solo, and in other collaborations. He is assistant professor of Performance Studies in New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and holds a PhD in Theater Performance Studies from UCLA and an MFA in writing from CalArts.  

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Rivka Galchen

Rivka Galchen ’s most recent book is Little Labors, a miscellany about babies and literature. She is also the author of the short story collection American Innovations and the novel Atmospheric Disturbances, winner of the William Saroyan International Prize for Writing. Website

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John Gallaher

John Gallaher  

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Alexander R. Galloway

Alexander R. Galloway is a writer and computer programer working on issues in philosophy, technology, and theories of mediation. He is a founding member of the software collective RSG and creator of the Carnivore and Kriegspiel projects. Currently associate professor of Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University, he is author or co-author of three books on media and cultural theory, Protocol: How Control Exists After Decentralization (MIT, 2004), Gaming: Essays on Algorithmic Culture (Minnesota, 2006), The Exploit: A Theory of Networks, written with Eugene Thacker (Minnesota, 2007). In 2010 he and Jason E. Smith translated Introduction to Civil War by the French group Tiqqun (Semiotext[e]). Recently, the Public School New York published French Theory Today: An Introduction to Possible Futures, a set of five pamphlets documenting Galloway's seminar conducted there in the fall of 2010.  

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David Gatten

David Gatten  

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Keith Gessen

Keith Gessen is a cofounder of n+1 and the editor of It’s No Good: Poems, Essays, Actions by Kirill Medvedev, due out from n+1 and Ugly Duckling Presse in December 2012. Website

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Andrea Geyer

Andrea Geyer is an artist living and working in New York. Website

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Mariam Ghani

Mariam Ghani is an artist, writer, filmmaker, and member of the Gulflabor Working Group. Her work has recently been shown at dOCUMENTA (13) (Kabul and Kassel), the Museum of Modern Art (New York), and Sharjah Biennial 10. Ghani is currently a visiting scholar at the Asian Pacific American Institute at NYU. Gulflabor is a coalition of artists, writers, curators, educators and others working to ensure that workers’ rights are protected during the construction and maintenance of new cultural institutions on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi. Website

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Rob Giampietro

Rob Giampietro is a designer, writer, and principal at Project Projects. Website

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Gabrielle Giattino

Gabrielle Giattino  

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John Gibler

John Gibler is a journalist living in Mexico City. He has contributed to In These Times, Yes! Magazine, Colorlines, and the California Sunday Magazine, among other publications. He is the author of Una historia oral de la infamia (2016), To Die in Mexico: Dispatches From Inside the Drug War (2011), Mexico Unconquered: Chronicles of Power and Revolt (2009), 20 poemas para ser leídos en una balacera (2012), and Tzompaxtle: La fuga de un guerrillero (2012).  

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Alan Gilbert

Alan Gilbert is a poet, critic, and scholar and a lecturer at Wesleyan University. He is the author of Another Future: Poetry and Art in a Postmodern Twilight.  

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Simone Gilges

Simone Gilges is a photographer and artist living in Berlin. Since 1995 she also realized numerous exhibitions with the collective Honey-Suckle Company. Website

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US Girls

US Girls (Meg Remy) has released two albums, Introducing and Go Grey, both on Siltbreeze, and singles and CD-Rs on Chocolate Monk, Not Not Fun, Hardscrabble Amateurs, Cherry Burger, and Atelier Ciseaux. Website

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Lisa Gitelman

Lisa Gitelman is a media historian whose research concerns American book history, techniques of inscription, and the new media of yesterday and today. She is particularly concerned with tracing the patterns according to which new media become meaningful within and against the contexts of older media. Gitelman has just published Paper Knowledge: Toward a Media History of Documents (Duke University Press), which focuses on the meaning of seemingly mundane documents—the library card, the promissory note, the movie ticket, the PDF—as they inhabit various media over time.  

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Renee Gladman

Renee Gladman ’s most recent work of prose is The Ravickians, published this fall by Dorothy, a Publishing Project. She lives in Providence and teaches fiction and book arts at Brown University. Website

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Robert Gober

Robert Gober lives and works in New York, and is most recently the subject of a major retrospective, The Heart Is Not A Metaphor, at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gober represented the United States at the 2001 Venice Biennale and has had one-person exhibitions at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; the Serpentine Gallery, London; and the Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel. In 2007 his work was the subject of a retrospective exhibition at the Schaulager, Basel.  

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Beka Goedde

Beka Goedde is a printmaker and sculptor whose work explores the perception of change, duration, and the physical body in space. She is currently artist in residence at PS122 in New York City and an MFA candidate at Bard College. Website

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James Goggin

James Goggin is the design director at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and principal of Practise. Website

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Goldin+Senneby

Goldin+Senneby is a framework for collaboration established by artists Simon Goldin and Jakob Senneby in 2004. Goldin+Senneby focuses on speculation and contemporary financial markets, and often employs the practices that distinguish those markets. Goldin+Senneby's retrospective, "Standard Length of a Miracle," was on view in 2016 at Tensta konsthall in Stockholm and will open at the Institute of Modern Art in Brisbane in November 2017. Goldin+Senneby has also had solo exhibitions at CCA Derry-Londonderry; Kadist, Paris; and the Power Plant, Toronto, among other venues. Goldin+Senneby has recently participated in the 2016 Gwangju Biennale and group exhibitions at STUK, Leuven; Lisson Gallery, London; Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; Vienna Künstlerhaus; Tate Liverpool; KunstWerke, Berlin; the Kitchen, New York; Witte de With, Rotterdam; Museo Tamayo, Mexico City; as well as the 2013 Istanbul Biennial. Goldin+Senneby's most recent book is The Exquisite Corpse of August Nordenskiöld (Sternberg Press, 2017), edited with Kim Einarsson. Website

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Billy Gomberg

Billy Gomberg is a musician and video artist living in Brooklyn. Website

Christian González-Rivera

Christian González-Rivera is senior researcher at the Center for an Urban Future and author of “The New Face of New York’s Seniors.”  

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Matthew Shen Goodman

Matthew Shen Goodman is a Triple Canopy senior editor. He writes and makes music. Website

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Ain Gordon

Ain Gordon  

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Danny Gordon

Danny Gordon received an MFA from Yale School of Art in 2006. He has exhibited his photographs in solo exhibitions at Zach Feuer Gallery and Leo Koenig, Inc. in New York City and Claudia Groeflin Gallery in Zurich. He has been included in exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the CCS Museum at Bard College, and MoMA PS1. Gordon is the author of Portrait Studio and Flying Pictures. He lives and works in Brooklyn. Website

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Vivian Gornick

Vivian Gornick is an American critic, essayist, and memoirist. For many years she wrote for the Village Voice. She currently teaches writing at the New School.  

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Alex Gourevitch

Alex Gourevitch is a political science professor at Brown University who writes about the environment, work, and economic freedom.  

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David Graeber

David Graeber is an activist and professor of anthropology at the London School of Economics. He is the author of eight books, including Towards an Anthropological Theory of Value: The False Coin of Our Own Dreams, Debt: The First 5,000 Years, and, most recently, The Democracy Project: A History, a Crisis, a Movement. Website

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Neil Greenberg

Neil Greenberg has been drawing maps since he was in high school. He currently lives in Detroit, where he runs a transit system for students at the University of Michigan and schedules buses for Southeast Michigan’s Transit Authority. Website

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Adam Greenfield

Adam Greenfield is Senior Urban Fellow at LSE Cities; founder and managing director of design practice Urbanscale; and author, most recently, of Against the smart city.  

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David Greenspan

David Greenspan has had plays produced by the Public Theater, Playwrights Horizons, the Foundry, Target Margin, and Transport Group. Greenspan has also acted in premieres of works by Terrence McNally, David Adjmi, Sarah Ruhl, Adam Rapp, Mac Wellman, and Richard Foreman. For his writing and performance work, he has received a Guggenheim Fellowship, Alpert Award, and five Obies.  

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Karen Gregory

Karen Gregory is a lecturer in sociology at the Division of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Center for Worker Education, City College of New York. Her research focuses on the entanglement of contemporary spirituality, precarity, entrepreneurialism, and digital media, with an emphasis on the role of the laboring body. She is a founder of CUNY’s Digital Labor Working Group, and her writing has appeared in Women’s Studies Quarterly, Women and Performance, the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, and Visual Studies.  

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Jane Gregory

Jane Gregory is from Tucson, Arizona. She has an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and is currently working towards a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley. She lives in Berkeley, California. Her book My Enemies was released by The Song Cave in early 2013.  

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Joe Grimm

Joe Grimm is a composer and performer based in Chicago. He has collaborated with Lucky Dragons, Glenn Branca, and Alvin Lucier, among others. His most recent record is Brain Cloud (Spekk). Website

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James Grimmelmann

James Grimmelmann is an associate professor at New York Law School and a member of its Institute for Information Law and Policy. He studies how the law governing the creation and use of computer software affects individual freedom and the distribution of wealth and power in society. He writes about intellectual property, virtual worlds, search engines, online privacy, and other topics in computer and Internet law. He blogs at the Laboratorium. Website

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O Grivo

O Grivo is a duo of Brazilian audiovisual artists. O Grivo was formed in 1990 by Nelson Soares and Marcos Moreira, who live in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. An installation by the duo is currently on view as part of "Soundtracks" at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. O Grivo's work has been included in the twenty-eighth São Paulo Biennial, the eighth Mercosul Biennial, and the ninth Sharjah Biennial, and exhibited and performed at Galeria Nara Roesler, São Paulo; Pivô, São Paulo; Museu Vale, Vila Velha, Brazil; and South London Gallery. O Grivo has collaborated with artists such as Cao Guimarães, Lucas Bambozzi, Rivane Neuenschwander, and Valeska Soares. Website

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Jonah Groeneboer

Jonah Groeneboer  

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Group Theory

Group Theory , a Brooklyn-based theater company, is Ben Vershbow and Dorit Avganim plus collaborators. Vershbow works at the New York Public Library running NYPL Labs, a digital skunkworks, devising ways to liberate archives and library data online. Avganim is an independent producer, working with artists such as Rainpan43, David/Ain Gordon, Tina Satter/Half Straddle, and the Debate Society, and is cofounder of Neighborhood Productions. Website

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Elizabeth Gumport

Elizabeth Gumport is working toward an MFA in fiction at Johns Hopkins. She lives with her gerbil, Henry. Website

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Summer Guthery

Summer Guthery  

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Nathan Gwynne

Nathan Gwynne  

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