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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Susie Ibarra

Susie Ibarra is a composer, percussionist, and educator who creates live and immersive music that explores rhythm, indigenous practices, and interactions with the natural world. She is cofounder of the digital music company Song of the Bird King, which emphasizes the cultural preservation of indigenous music and its ecology. Ibarra’s recent work includes Circadian Rhythms, commissioned by Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, and We Float, commissioned by the Ecstatic Music Festival in New York. Ibarra is a faculty member at Bennington College, where she teaches percussion and performance at the Center for Advancement in Public Action.  

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Mark Ibold

Mark Ibold  

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Brenda Iijima

Brenda Iijima is a poet and choreographer of the ecological research movement (Sm[Art]). She is the author of four full-length collections of poetry: Around Sea (2004), Animate, Inanimate Aims (2007), Subsistence Equipment (2008), Revv. You’ll—ution (2009), and If Not Metamorphic (2010). She edited eco language reader (2010), a collection of essays by poets on matters of ecological concern. Her collection Untimely Death is Driven Beyond the Horizon is forthcoming from 1913 Press this winter. She edits books of poetry for Portable Press @ Yo-Yo Labs in Brooklyn.  

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Swiss Institute

Swiss Institute  

The International Necronautical Society

The International Necronautical Society exists as both fiction and actuality. Website

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Center for Land Use Interpretation

Center for Land Use Interpretation Website

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RVNG Intl.

RVNG Intl. is a Brooklyn-based music institution that operates on few but heavily fortified principals, dealing with forward-reaching artists sometimes categorized as electronic, avant, free, fried, fucked, etc. RVNG Intl. was founded by Matt Werth in 2004 and has released records by Blondes, Holly Herndon, Julia Holter, and Mirror Mirror, among others. Website

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Invisible Sports

Invisible Sports is a new project by improvisor and composer Aaron Moore. Drums, vocals, trumpet, and tapes are the basis of Moore’s instrumentation, though anything that makes a sound that can be manipulated, rhythmically or melodically, is of equal importance to him. Moore is a founding member of the British band Volcano the Bear, now in their fifteenth year together. Moore’s current musical projects include the New York–based Amolvacy (with Dave Nuss of the No-Neck Blues Band), a duo with Alan Courtis, and the Paris-based Textile Orchestra. Moore has played on more than twenty-five albums, performed across Europe and the United States, and collaborated with Jeremy Barnes, Tom Recchion, the Boredoms, Thierry Muller, Steve Mackay, Paul Dunmall, Michael Snow, and Mats Gustaffson, among others. Moore was born in Market Harborough, England, and now resides in Brooklyn. Website

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Momo Ishiguro

Momo Ishiguro is assistant director at Triple Canopy. She also makes pop music. Website

Iman Issa

Iman Issa  

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Lucy Ives

Lucy Ives is the author of many books of poetry and prose, including The Hermit (2016), the novella nineties (2013), and, most recently, the novel Impossible Views of the World (2017, published by Penguin Press. Her writing has appeared in Artforum, Lapham’s Quarterly, Bomb, Conjunctions, The New Yorker, and Triple Canopy, where she was an editor for several years. Website

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