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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Howie Kahn

Howie Kahn has written for GQ and the New York Times, among other publications. He lives in Brooklyn. Website

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Craig Kalpakjian

Craig Kalpakjian is an artist living in Brooklyn. His work has been exhibited extensively in the US and abroad. His most recent solo show took place at the Baukunst Galerie in Cologne, Germany, in the summer of 2007. Website

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Rebecca Karl

Rebecca Karl  

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Dana Kash

Dana Kash enjoys bright colors and white noise. Website

Jacob Kassay

Jacob Kassay  

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Angie Keefer

Angie Keefer is co-founder of The Serving Library, with David Reinfurt and Stuart Bailey, a nonprofit artists' organization rooted in a body of work initiated by Dexter Sinister’s publication Dot Dot Dot, and dedicated to publishing and archiving in a continuous loop.  

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Matt Keegan

Matt Keegan is an artist who lives and works in New York. He was the co-founding editor of North Drive Press (2003–2010), and is the co-founder of the forthcoming magazine ==, along with Susan Barber. An exhibition of Keegan's work is currently on view at D'Amelio Terras.  

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Thomas Keenan

Thomas Keenan is director of the Bard Human Rights Project.  

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John Keene

John Keene ’s most recent books include the short fiction collection Counternarratives (New Directions, 2015), which received a 2016 American Book Award, a 2016 Lannan Literary Award for Fiction, and in March 2017 the UK’s inaugural Republic of Consciousness Prize; the art book GRIND (ITI Press, 2016), an art-text collaboration with photographer Nicholas Muellner; and the poetry chapbook Playland (Seven Kitchens Press, 2016). He is also the translator of Brazilian author Hilda Hilst’s novel Letters from a Seducer (Nightboat Books / A Bolha Editora, 2014), and other works of fiction and poetry. He chairs the department of African American and African Studies, and also teaches English and creative writing at Rutgers University–Newark.  

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Thad Kellstadt

Thad Kellstadt  

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Seth Kelly

Seth Kelly is an artist and curator. His artwork includes drawings, collages, sculptures, videos, and installations; recently he has also been giving performative lectures. Since receiving his BFA from the School of Visual Arts, Kelly has exhibited extensively in New York, at venues such as Artists Space and PS1. Website

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Peter Kenny

Peter Kenny is Ruth Bigelow Wriston Curator of American Decorative Arts and Administrator of the American Wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. A member of the curatorial staff at the Metropolitan Museum of Art since 1989, Peter Kenny writes and lectures extensively on American colonial and federal period furniture and craftsmen.  

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Peter Kerlin

Peter Kerlin is a musician/artist/educator from Brooklyn. His ongoing musical projects include Minetta, Source of Yellow, Chris Forsyth's Ideal Heads, and Christmas Decorations. He is an adjunct professor in the Electronic Design and Multimedia Department at the City College of New York. Website

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Jon Kessler

Jon Kessler is an artist living in New York. He teaches at Columbia's School of the Arts and plays guitar in the X-Patsys, the band he formed with Barbara Sukowa and Robert Longo. Website

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Sarah Kessler

Sarah Kessler is a writer and a former Triple Canopy senior editor. She divides her time between Los Angeles and the comparative literature department of the University of California, Irvine. Website

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Nora Khan

Nora Khan writes fiction and creative non-fiction about digital visual culture, artificial intelligence, electronic music, and games. Her writing has been published in 4Columns, Art in America, the California Sunday Magazine, the Village Voice, Rhizome, aCCeSsions, Conjunctions, and American Literary Review. Her criticism won a Thoma Foundation 2016 Arts Writing Award in Digital Art, awarded by the Carl & Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation. Khan is a contributing editor at Rhizome and a research resident at Eyebeam. Website

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Hassan Khan

Hassan Khan is an artist, musician, and writer based in Cairo. Website

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Murad Khan Mumtaz

Murad Khan Mumtaz is an artist currently based in Lahore, Pakistan, where he is an assistant professor at the National College of Art. He graduated from Columbia University on a Fulbright scholarship in 2010. He is represented by Tracy Williams Ltd. in New York. Website

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Parag Khanna

Parag Khanna  

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David Kim

David Kim is a JD candidate at Yale Law School, where he is the curator of JUNCTURE, an initiative devoted to art and human rights. He collaborates with Council, a curatorial platform based in Paris. He has recently written about the work of the artist Jill Magid in The Proposal (Sternberg Press). Prior to law school, he worked as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company. He holds degrees from Columbia University and Harvard University.  

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Soo Kim

Soo Kim is an artist based in Los Angeles. She is a Professor, Program Director, and Coordinator of the Critic in Residence program at Otis College of Art and Design. Website

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Jacob Kirkegaard

Jacob Kirkegaard is a Berlin-based Danish artist who focuses on the scientific and aesthetic aspects of resonance, time, sound, and hearing. His installations, compositions, and performances deal with acoustic spaces and phenomena that usually remain imperceptible. He has presented his works at exhibitions and festivals around the world and has released five albums (mostly on the British label Touch). He is also a member of the sound-art collective freq_out. Website

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Katie Kitamura

Katie Kitamura is the author of A Separation (2017). Her previous novels, The Longshot (2009) and Gone to the Forest (2013), were both finalists for the New York Public Library’s Young Lions Fiction Award. She has written for numerous publications including the New York Times, the Guardian, Granta, and Wired, and is a regular contributor to Frieze.  

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Alexandra Kleeman

Alexandra Kleeman is a writer of fiction and nonfiction, and has been published in the New Yorker, the Paris Review, Harper's Magazine, Vogue, and n+1. She is the author of the novel You Too Can Have A Body Like Mine and the short-story collection Intimations. She teaches at Columbia University and lives in Staten Island. Website

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Molly Kleiman

Molly Kleiman is Triple Canopy’s editorial director, co-director of the Back Room, and part-time faculty at New York University’s Gallatin School. Website

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Ish Klein

Ish Klein is the author of the poetry books Moving Day (2011) and Union! (2009), published by Canarium Books. She lives in Amherst with Greg Purcell, where they produce a poetry podcast called Noslander. A compilation of her videos, entitled Success Window, has been released by Poor Claudia of Portland, Oregon. Website

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Josh Kline

Josh Kline plays upbeat social justice jams from the 80s and 90s about topics including homelessness, famine, and rampant inequality. Expect dance party mega-hits by Arrested Development, KLF, Crystal Waters, Public Enemy, Tom Tom Club, Inner City, and others who bummed out while getting down.  

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Jenni Knight

Jenni Knight likes to make messes with tactile ease in a gritty corner of the world. Don’t deny them their beauty! They try hard like arabesques. She is also an artist immersed in low-fidelity media, including lots of crap with peering eyes like hers that calls out from the street. Website

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Melanie Claire Koch

Melanie Claire Koch is the founder and editor in chief of the online arts & culture magazine Beekiller. She lives in New York and enjoys gothic novels, 1970s Italian horror films, sea monsters, and strange discoveries. Website

Wayne Koestenbaum

Wayne Koestenbaum has published thirteen books of poetry, criticism, and fiction, including Humiliation, Best-Selling Jewish Porn Films, Hotel Theory, Moira Orfei in Aigues-Mortes, Jackie Under My Skin, and The Queen's Throat.  He is a Distinguished Professor of English at the CUNY Graduate Center. Website

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Lara Kohl

Lara Kohl is an interdisciplinary artist leading a transdisciplinary life in Brooklyn. Her work has been shown in galleries in the US and abroad. She teaches at Pratt Institute. Website

Anjuli Raza Kolb

Anjuli Raza Kolb is Assistant Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Williams College, where she teaches courses on colonial and postcolonial literature and theory. Her current book project, “Epidemics of Terror,” reconstructs the long-standing relationship between narratives and epistemologies of public health and the literature and discourse of anticolonial insurgency and terror from the late nineteenth century to the present.  

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Jaffer Kolb

Jaffer Kolb is a New York-based designer and lecturer at Princeton University’s School of Architecture. His work is dedicated to finding new sites for architecture in political and material economies through experiments in preservation and form. Most recently, he was the 2015 Muschenheim Fellow at the University of Michigan, and before that worked as a designer in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. His work has appeared in exhibitions internationally, and published in Wired, Blueprint, and Abitare, among others. In the past, he worked as a curator as well as a critic for a range of international publications.  

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Peter Kolovos

Peter Kolovos Website

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Ann Komaromi

Ann Komaromi  

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Bill Kouligas

Bill Kouligas is a Berlin-based sound artist and graphic designer. He has worked with Sudden Infant, Ralf Wehowsky, and Damo Suzuki, among others. He manages the electroacoustic noise label PAN, which will release a triple-LP set of the soundtracks of Frans Zwartjes this fa  

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Jennifer Krasinski

Jennifer Krasinski writes on art and performance for the Village Voice and Artforum. She is on faculty in the MFA art writing program at the School of Visual Arts and is the recipient of a 2013 Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation arts-writers grant.  

Prem Krishnamurthy

Prem Krishnamurthy is a graphic designer, curator, and founding principle of New York-based design studio Project Projects. He is also the director/curator of P!, a multidisciplinary exhibition space in New York City’s Chinatown that experiments with conventions of display. Website

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Rafil Kroll-Zaidi

Rafil Kroll-Zaidi is an editor at Harper’s Magazine. Website

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Barbara Kruger

Barbara Kruger is a conceptual artist, designer, and writer who has been making art since the early 1960s. In 2014 Kruger's work was the subject of a major solo exhibition at Modern Art Oxford, and is part of several group shows at the Seattle Art Museum; Museum of Fort Worth, Texas; the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Kruger currently resides in Los Angeles, CA where she serves on the faculty at UCLA.  

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Aaron Kunin

Aaron Kunin is the author of The Sore Throat and Other Poems. He lives in Los Angeles. Website

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Benjamin Kunkel

Benjamin Kunkel is a founding editor of n+1 and the author of the novel Indecision.  

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Hari Kunzru

Hari Kunzru is the author of the novels The Impressionist (2002), Transmission (2004), My Revolutions (2007), Gods Without Men (2011), and White Tears (2017), as well as a short story collection, Noise (2006), and a novella, Memory Palace (2013). He is a past deputy president of English PEN, a patron of the Refugee Council, and a member of the editorial board of Mute magazine. His short stories and journalism have appeared in diverse publications including the New York Times, the Guardian, the New Yorker, the Washington Post, the Times of India, Wired, and New Statesman. Website

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Ajay Kurian

Ajay Kurian is an artist living and working in New York. He is often wrestling with whatever we take for granted, insisting that things can be otherwise.  

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Rachel Kushner

Rachel Kushner is author of the novels The Flamethrowers and Telex from Cuba (a finalist for the National Book Award and the Dayton Literary Peace Prize) and, most recently, a collection of stories called The Strange Case of Rachel K. She is a 2013 Guggenheim Fellow.  

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Miwon Kwon

Miwon Kwon is Professor and Chair of the Department of Art History at the University of California, Los Angeles. She received her Ph.D. in architectural history and theory from Princeton University. Kwon’s research and writings have engaged several disciplines including contemporary art, architecture, public art and urban studies. She was a founding coeditor and publisher of Documents, a journal of art, culture, and criticism (1992–2004), and serves on the advisory board of October. She is the author of One Place After Another: Site-Specific Art and Locational Identity (MIT Press, 2002), as well as lengthy essays on the work of many contemporary artists, including Francis Alÿs, Michael Asher, Cai Guo-Qiang, Jimmie Durham, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Barbara Kruger, Christian Marclay, Ana Mendieta, Josiah McElheny, Christian Philipp Müller, Gabriel Orozco, Jorge Pardo, Richard Serra, James Turrell, and Do Ho Suh. In 2012, she coorganized a major historical exhibition entitled “Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974,” which was on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles and traveled to Haus der Kunst in Münich, Germany. Website

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Sowon Kwon

Sowon Kwon is an artist based in New York City. She has had solo exhibitions at The Kitchen, Matrix/Berkeley Art Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art (Altria), and Gallery Simon in Seoul, Korea. Her work has also been featured in group exhibitions at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, MOCA Los Angeles, ICA Boston, the Queens Museum, Artists Space, the Drawing Center; and internationally at Museo de Bellas Artes in Caracas, Venezuela, the Gwangju Biennale, the Yokohama Triennale, and San Art in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, among others. She currently teaches in the MFA programs at Parsons New School and Vermont College of Fine Arts.  

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