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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Jiminie Ha

Jiminie Ha is an independent designer and founder of W/—— project space in Chinatown. Website

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Ben Hall

Ben Hall  

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Ilana Halperin

Ilana Halperin is a New York– and Glasgow-based artist. Website

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Ed Halter

Ed Halter is a writer, curator, and director of Light Industry in Brooklyn. Website

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James Hannaham

James Hannaham  

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Maya Harakawa

Maya Harakawa is an art historian interested in feminist methodology and the study of artists’ books and publications. She is a PhD student at the CUNY Graduate Center.  

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Barry Harbaugh

Barry Harbaugh lives in Brooklyn. He was a research editor at the defunct Condé Nast Portfolio and has written for Wired. Website

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Sylvia Hardy

Sylvia Hardy is an artist based in New York City. She studied anthropology and photography at Washington University in St. Louis and received her MFA from Parsons. She has exhibited at Gallery Tayuta, Tokyo; Sydhavn Station, Copenhagen; and Spazio Morris, Milan. Website

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Rachel Harrison

Rachel Harrison lives and works in New York. Recent solo exhibitions include CCS Bard/Hessel Museum of Art, Annandale-on-Hudson (2009); Portikus, Frankfurt (2009); Whitechapel Gallery, London (2010); Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover (2013); and S.M.A.K., Ghent (2013). Her work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Centre Pompidou, Paris; and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam among many others. Website

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Christian Hawkey

Christian Hawkey  

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Cori Hayden

Cori Hayden is associate professor and chair of the department of Anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley, and former director of UC Berkeley’s Center for Science, Technology, Medicine and Society. She is the author of When Nature Goes Public: The Making and Unmaking of Bioprospecting in Mexico (Princeton University Press, 2003), and has written extensively on knowledge production, intellectual property, and postcolonial science studies, particularly in Latin America.  

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Sharon Hayes

Sharon Hayes investigates the relationship between history, politics, and speech. Her multidisciplinary approach borrows from theater, anthropology, and journalism, among other artistic and academic practices. Her work has been exhibited internationally at institutions such as the New Museum for Contemporary Art, New York; the Guggenheim Museum, New York; Artists Space, New York; the Tate Modern, London; Museum Moderner Kunst, Vienna; and the Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin. Hayes’s work was the subject of a 2012 solo exhibition, “There’s So Much I Want to Say to You,” at the Whitney Museum of American Art. “In My Little Corner of the World, Anyone Would Love You,” a major new commission, was on view at Studio Voltaire, London, in 2016. Hayes is an associate professor of fine arts at the University of Pennsylvania.  

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N. Katherine Hayles

N. Katherine Hayles is professor of literature at Duke University and the author of How We Became Posthuman.  

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Frank Heath

Frank Heath is an artist living and working in New York. He has had solo exhibitions at Simone Subal Gallery, New York; Swiss Institute, New York; and Art Basel Statements, Basel. His work has been included in group exhibitions and screenings at the Kitchen, New York; International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Power Plant, Toronto; Centre Pompidou, Paris; and the High Line, New York, among other venues.  

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Heatsick

Heatsick is the solo moniker of Berlin-based musician Steven Warwick, also known as one half of Birds of Delay. Website

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Hecuba

Hecuba Website

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Mostafa Heddaya

Mostafa Heddaya is a writer in New York and the coeditor of American Circus.  

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Christoph Heemann

Christoph Heemann is a German musician who is widely known for his involvement with music projects H.N.A.S., Mirror, and Mimir. Since the mid-'90s, Heemann has collaborated with an array of musicians and visual artists, including the Melvins, Nurse with Wound, Tony Conrad, Faust, Keiji Haino, Merzbow, and Current 93’s David Tibet. Website

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Adam Helms

Adam Helms is a New York–based artist and a former Triple Canopy contributing editor. He is obsessive, a collector of ephemera, and a friend to all animals. Website

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Amy Herzog

Amy Herzog is a scholar and critic who writes about sound, film, philosophy, pornography, and dioramas. Her most recent research project excavates the history of motion picture peepshow arcades in the late 1960 and early 1970s. She is Coordinator of the Film Studies Program at the CUNY Graduate Center and associate professor of media studies at Queens College.  

Sheila Heti

Sheila Heti is the author of five books: the story collection The Middle Stories; the novels Ticknor and How Should a Person Be?; a book for children titled We Need a Horse; and with Misha Glouberman, a book of spoken philosophy called The Chairs Are Where the People Go. She is the creator of the Trampoline Hall Lecture Series. She lives in Toronto. Website

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Toby Heys

Toby Heys produces music, sound, video, and Web projects as a member of Battery Operated and the KIT Collaboration. He runs the sound and video label Cocosolidciti and works in AUDiNT with Steve Goodman and Jon Cohrs. He is currently a resident at Eyebeam and an Arts and Humanities Research Council scholar finishing a PhD at John Moores University in England.  

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Sean Higgins

Sean Higgins is a writer and critic living in Portland, Maine, and an editorial and production assistant for Triple Canopy. He writes an irregular column for the BOMBlog on sound, media, and sound art. His work has appeared in Deep Leap, Sounding the Virtual: Gilles Deleuze and the Theory and Philosophy of Music and The Official Catalog of the Library of Potential Literature. Website

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Matthew Higgs

Matthew Higgs  

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Hilda Hilst

Hilda Hilst (1930–2004) is widely recognized as one of the most important lusophone authors of the twentieth century. Born in the state of São Paulo, Hilst obtained a law degree from the University of São Paulo in 1952 and, a few years later, moved to a small family estate; for the rest of her days, she lived in near seclusion and devoted herself to literature. Hilst published more than fifty works of poetry, fiction, and theater. Website

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Antonia Hirsch

Antonia Hirsch is an artist living and working in Berlin. Her work has been exhibited at the Contemporary Art Gallery (Vancouver), The Power Plant (Toronto), Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Tramway (Glasgow), and ZKM Museum of Contemporary Art (Karlsruhe). She is a contributing editor of Fillip. Website

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Orra White Hitchcock

Orra White Hitchcock (1796–1863) was a diarist and self-taught scientific illustrator of flora, fauna, fossils, and geological formations in Amherst, Massachusetts. Included in Issue 14 are charts she painted for classroom use. Website

James Hoff

James Hoff is an artist living and working in Brooklyn. He is also a founder and editor (along with Miriam Katzeff) of Primary Information, a nonprofit arts organization devoted to publishing artists’ books and publications by artists. Website

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Dennis Hogan

Dennis Hogan Dennis Hogan is a PhD student in Comparative Literature at Brown University. His work focuses on decadent and aesthetic literature of the British and French fins de siècle and 1890s print cultures.  

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Harmony Holiday

Harmony Holiday is a poet, dancer, and archivist, mythscientist, and the author of Negro League Baseball (2011), Go Find Your Father/ A Famous Blues (2014) and Hollywood Forever (forthcoming spring 2015). Winner of the 2013 Ruth Lily Fellowship, she curates the Afrosonics archive, a collection of rare and out-of-print lps and soundbites featuring poetry and poetics from throughout the African Diaspora, both analog at Columbia University’s music library and digitally as a Tumblr. Her record label Mythscience Records makes titles from the archive available by way of re-issues in both vinyl and digital formats, starting with the reissue of Amiri Baraka’s Black Spirits: New Voices in African American Literature.  

Karen Holmberg

Karen Holmberg is an archaeologist specializing in volcanic regions who has taught at Brown and Stanford Universities. Website

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Karl Holmqvist

Karl Holmqvist is an artist, poet, performer, and atypical activist. He works with various media and supports, creating installations, sound pieces, videos, performances, collages, and artist’s books. He has shown at Galerie Giti Nourbakhsch, Berlin; Gaga Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City; Marabouparken, Sundbyberg, Sweden; and the Fifty-Fourth Venice Biennale; and a collection of his writings was published in 2009 by BookWorks in London under the title What’s My Name? “You Beat Me” was recorded and mixed by Stefan Tcherepnin in New York, 2010. Website

Ja Zou Hon

Ja Zou Hon  

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Cathy Park Hong

Cathy Park Hong is a poet whose latest collection, Engine Empire, was published in 2012 by W.W. Norton. Her other collections include Dance Dance Revolution, chosen by Adrienne Rich for the Barnard Women Poets Prize, and Translating Mo'um. Hong is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship and the New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship. Her poems have been published in Poetry, A Public Space, the Paris Review, McSweeney’s, Baffler, Boston Review, and the Nation, among other journals. Her writing on politics and her reviews have appeared in the Village Voice, the Guardian, Salon, Christian Science Monitor, and New York Times Magazine. She is the poetry editor of the New Republic and is an associate professor at Sarah Lawrence College. “Forecasts,” by Hong and artist Adam Shecter, was included in “Negative Infinity,” the fifteenth issue of Triple Canopy, published in 2011. Website

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Sukjong Hong

Sukjong Hong is a New York–based researcher and activist. Website

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Ana Finel Honigman

Ana Finel Honigman  

David Horvitz

David Horvitz is a half-Japanese, Californian artist who was born in Los Angeles. He has recently had solo exhibitions at Chert, Berlin; Yvon Lambert Librarie, Paris; Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland; Blum & Poe, Los Angeles; the New Museum, New York; Jan Mot, Brussels; Dawid Radziszewski Gallery, Warsaw; Statements, Art Basel; and Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen. He has realized projects with Kadist, Frieze New York, Recess, Clocktower Gallery, post at MoMA, Printed Matter, Fillip, Rhizome, and Triple Canopy. Recent artist books include Mood Disorder (2015; New Documents); Stolen Spoons (2015; Pork Salad Press); The Distance of a Day (2013; Motto Books and Chert); and Sad, Depressed, People (2012; New Documents). He received the Rema Hort Mann Grant in 2011 and founded Porcino gallery in Berlin in 2013. Website

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Christine Hou

Christine Hou  

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John Houck

John Houck is an artist based in Los Angeles. He studied at UCLA and participated in the Whitney Independent Study and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. His work has been included in exhibitions at Galerie Marian Goodman, Paris; On Stellar Rays, New York; Art in General, New York; The Kitchen, New York; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Website

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Dan Hoy

Dan Hoy lives in Brooklyn, NY and is the author of the poetry collections Omegachurch (Solar Luxuriance, 2010), Polaroid (Wrath of Dynasty, 2010), and Glory Hole (Mal-O-Mar, 2009). He previously co-edited SOFT TARGETS (2006-2007), a magazine of art, philosophy, and literature, and currently contributes to the collective blog www.montevidayo.com. His personal site is www.thepinupstakes.com. Website

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Sarah Hromack

Sarah Hromack writes and works at the intersection of art, publications, technology, and institutions. She is the Director of Digital Media at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Website

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Hua Hsu

Hua Hsu is the author of A Floating Chinaman: Fantasy and Failure Across the Pacific (2016) and a contributing writer for the New Yorker. He teaches at Vassar College and is a fellow at the New America Foundation and a board member at the Asian American Writers’ Workshop. His work explores immigrant culture and public perceptions of diversity and multiculturalism in the United States. Website

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Eric Hu

Eric Hu is a designer based in New York City and a partner at Nothing in Common, a design and technology studio in Brooklyn. He received his BFA from Art Center College of Design in 2011 and his MFA from the Yale School of Art in 2013. Previously Eric was the design director at digital agency OKFocus, leading branding and user interface projects for clients such as Nike, the Wolfsonian Museum, Soylent, Phillips, Tumblr, and Atlantic Records. Eric was honored as an Art Director’s Club Young Gun in 2010 and became the recipient of the Bradbury Thompson Memorial Prize in 2013.  

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Zhou Hai Hua

Zhou Hai Hua  

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Wennie Huang

Wennie Huang  

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A. B. Huber

A. B. Huber is a professor at NYU’s Gallatin School for Individualized Study whose current work is focused on the force and form of critique in times of war. Website

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Paul Hughes

Paul Hughes is a Web developer who sometimes develops Web things. Website

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Hush Hush

Hush Hush  

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