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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Caolan Madden

Caolan Madden has an MFA in poetry from Johns Hopkins and is a PhD candidate in English at Rutgers University. She lives in Brooklyn. Website

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Gerardo Madera

Gerardo Madera is a designer and the production associate for Triple Canopy. Website

Sara Magenheimer

Sara Magenheimer lives and works in Brooklyn. Language, music/sound, and objects comprise a large part of her video-based art practice. From 2004 to 2010 Magenheimer formed two bands, Flying and WOOM, which toured across the US and internationally and released five records. Magenheimer received an MFA from Bard College and has screened video work and performed at Berkeley Art Museum, Canada Gallery, MoMA PS1, Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Issue Project Room.  

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Jill Magid

Jill Magid is an artist and writer living in Brooklyn. She has had solo exhibitions at, among other venues, Tate Modern, London; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Berkeley Museum of Art, California; Tate Liverpool; and the Security and Intelligence Agency of the Netherlands. Magid is also the author of four novellas. She has received awards from the Fonds Voor Beeldende Kunsten and the Netherland-American Foundation Fellowship Fulbright Grant, and is a 2013–15 fellow at the Vera List Center for Art and Politics.  

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Michael Magnan

Michael Magnan is a New York-based multidisciplinary artist and DJ. He has held numerous residencies at parties such as Mr. Black, Vandam at Greenhouse, and, most recently, ElevenEleven. Presently he is working on a house music production project in collaboration with the artist Physical Therapy, under the name Fatherhood.  

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Azar Mahmoudian

Azar Mahmoudian is a curator and educator based in Tehran. She is part of a collective that, between 2010 and 2015, ran kaf, an independent space focusing on discursive and educational programs on art and theory in Tehran. She is assistant curator of the eleventh Gwangju Biennale.  

Tony Maimone

Tony Maimone is a Brooklyn-based composer and musician. He embraces the language of Morton Feldman, the chance of improvisation, and the obscurity afforded by a brief bio. He plays in the band And the Wiremen and was a founding member of Pere Ubu. Website

Tiffany Malakooti

Tiffany Malakooti  

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Ari Marcopoulos

Ari Marcopoulos Website

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Danny Marcus

Danny Marcus is a PhD candidate in art history at the University of California, Berkeley, whose writings on Occupy have appeared in October and the n+1 Occupy! Gazette.  

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Hedia Maron

Hedia Maron is a filmmaker living in Brooklyn, NY. Her first feature documentary, Before Us, about her strange and beautiful family, is currently in production. Website

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Nicky Marsh

Nicky Marsh is a professor of Twentieth Century Literary Studies at University of Southampton in the UK. She works on cultural representations of finance and money and is cocurator of the national touring exhibition “Show Me the Money: The Image of Finance, 1700 to the Present,” coeditor of Literature and Globalization, and author of Money, Finance, and Speculation in Recent British Fiction.  

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Russell Martin

Russell Martin is an artist and writer in London. Working with group dialogue as a medium, he creates one-off events that are not recorded or exhibited. Website

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Alice Marwick

Alice Marwick is an assistant professor of communication and media studies and the director of the McGannon Center at Fordham University. Her work investigates online identity and consumer culture through the lenses of privacy, surveillance, consumption, and celebrity. Her first book, Status Update: Celebrity and Attention in Web 2.0 (Yale University Press, 2013), is a multiyear ethnography of the San Francisco tech industry.  

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Masks

Masks is a New York-based duo comprised of Alexis Georgopoulos and Max Ravitz. The group’s sound is made almost exclusively with analog synthesizers and drum machines and digests the history of electronic dance music, from Detroit to Chicago, cosmic to Italo.  

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Rachel Mason

Rachel Mason is a sculptor and musician. She has composed 8 full length albums and 5 operas. Her work has been shown at Park Avenue Armory, Empac Performance Center in Troy, Kunsthalle Zurich, Swiss Institute, School of the Art Institute Chicago, Art in General, Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art. She will be releasing two albums in 2012 on Shatter Your Leaves Records.  Website

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Rebecca Matalon

Rebecca Matalon is a curator based in Los Angeles where she works at the Museum of Contemporary Art and co-runs the nonprofit project space JOAN.  

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Harry Mathews

Harry Mathews is the author of six novels and several collections of poetry; his most recent publications are The Human Country: New and Collected Stories, The Case of the Persevering Maltese: Collected Essays, Oulipo Compendium (edited with Alastair Brotchie), and My Life in CIA: A Chronicle of 1973. Website

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Mary Mattingly

Mary Mattingly creates sculptural ecosystems in urban spaces. She is currently working on Pull, a two-part sculpture for the International Havana Biennial with the Museo National de Belles Artes de la Habana and the Bronx Museum of the Arts. She is also building an underwater bridge in Des Moines, Iowa.  

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Bill Maurer

Bill Maurer is a cultural anthropologist who conducts research on law, property, money and finance, focusing on the technological infrastructures and social relations of exchange and payment. He is a professor at University of California Irvine, where he is the founding director of the Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion. He is the author of Recharting the Caribbean: Land, Law and Citizenship in the British Virgin Islands (1997), Pious Property: Islamic Mortgages in the United States (2006), and Mutual Life, Limited: Islamic Banking, Alternative Currencies, Lateral Reason (2005). Website

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Nick Mauss

Nick Mauss is an artist based in New York. His exhibition “Perforations” is on view at Midway Contemporary Art in Minneapolis until November 15, 2011. Release of the LP compilation Crystal Flowers on Dial Records forthcoming. Website

Andrew Maxwell

Andrew Maxwell is a linguist and taxonomist working on machine learning and classification problems at Google. A self-described “friend of the poets,” he's edited several little magazines, including the Germ and Double Change, and programs reading and lecture series in the Los Angeles area, most recently as co-director of the Poetic Research Bureau. Website

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Tom McCarthy

Tom McCarthy is the author of three novels, including Remainder and C, and one nonfiction title, Tintin and the Secret of Literature. He is also founder and General Secretary of the International Necronautical Society (INS), a semi-fictitious avant-garde network of writers, philosophers, and artists whose work has been exhibited internationally at venues including the Palais de Tokyo, Paris, Tate Britain, and Moderna Museet, Stockholm.  

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James McCourt

James McCourt is the venerable author of Mawrdew Czgowchwz, the tale of the ultimate diva; Kaye Wayfaring in Avenged; Time Remaining, an AIDS lament; Delancey's Way, a Washington saga; Wayfaring at Waverly in Silver Lake; Queer Street, the Rise and Fall of an American Culture; and Now Voyagers, Book One: The Night Sea Journey. "The Canticle of Skoozle" is a segment from his eventually forthcoming On Life So Far & The Pathetique. He lives in New York City, Washington, Dublin, and Crossmolina, County Mayo, with the novelist and renowned picture editor Vincent Virga. Website

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Joseph McElroy

Joseph McElroy is the author of nine novels, including Women and Men and Cannonball, as well as a forthcoming nonfiction book about water. Website

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Maureen McHugh

Maureen McHugh is a science-fiction and fantasy writer whose latest story collection, After the Apocalypse, was one of Publishers Weekly’s Ten Best Books of 2011.  

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Yates McKee

Yates McKee is an art critic and organizer with various Occupy projects including Strike Debt. His work has appeared in venues including October, Grey Room, the Nation, Waging Nonviolence, and Impasses of the Post-Global, a volume in the Critical Climate Change series. He is coeditor of the book Sensible Politics: The Visual Cultures of Nongovernmental Activism (Zone Books), as well as the magazine Tidal: Occupy Theory, Occupy Strategy.  

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Damon McMahon

Damon McMahon is a musician based in Brooklyn. He performs under the name Amen Dunes, which in 2011 released Through Donkey Jaw (Sacred Bones Records).  

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Mores McWreath

Mores McWreath  

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Kirill Medvedev

Kirill Medvedev is a socialist, antifascist, and poet living in Moscow. Website

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Matthew Mehlan

Matthew Mehlan is a musician, songwriter, composer, and filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY; he is also a cofounder of the record label Shinkoyo. Originally from Chicago, Mehlan studied Technology in Music and Related Arts at the Oberlin College Conservatory of Music. Since 2003 he has been performing and recording with his band Skeletons, which has released albums on Shinkoyo, Ghostly International, Tomlab, Sockets, and Crammed Discs. Website

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Rustam Mehta

Rustam Mehta is an architect practicing in New Haven and teaching at Wesleyan University. Website

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Clara Meister

Clara Meister  

Mylo Mendez

Mylo Mendez is operations coordinator at Triple Canopy. Ze also publishes zines and pamphlets through a distro ze co-runs called We’re Hir, We’re Queer. Website

Andrea Merkx

Andrea Merkx received her MFA from Hunter College, City University of New York. She has exhibited and performed at venues such as the Or Gallery, BC, Circuit, CH; the Swiss Institute-Contemporary Art, NY; Bureau, NY; Tidens Krav, NO; along with the Bowery Ballroom, Terminal 5, and Irving Plaza, NY. Since 2012 she has been working as part of Merkx&Gwynne, a collaborative framework for interdisciplinary experimentation in group-exhibition-cum-music-video-set production and opera.  

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Joe Merrell

Joe Merrell works in a range of digital media. He is a member of the recently established collective Gramática parda, which includes several other Los Angeles– and New York–based artists. Merrell received his undergraduate degree in philosophy, Western literature, and history from Evergreen State College and a master’s degree in film from the California Institute of the Arts. Website

Adam Michaels

Adam Michaels is a founding principle of the New York-based design studio Project Projects, and the editor and designer of Inventory Books. Website

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Dawn of Midi

Dawn of Midi is an ensemble composed of Qasim Naqvi (percussion), Aakaash Israni (contrabass), and Amino Belyamani (piano). Based in Paris and New York, the group melds free jazz, minimalism, and musique concrète. Its debut album, First, was released this year by Accretions. Website

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Victoria Miguel

Victoria Miguel is a writer based in New York. Website

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Radenko Milak

Radenko Milak is a painter and curator based in Banja Luka. In 2005 he co-founded the Protok Centre for Visual Communications, an alternative art space in Banja Luka that is active throughout Bosnia and the region. From 2008 until 2010 he was the director of SpaPort, an annual international art exhibition. He is currently a professor at the Faculty for Information Technology and Design in Banja Luka. Website

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Mileece

Mileece is a sonic artist whose interactive “ecoscapes” are generated from the electromagnetic emissions of plants and by handmade, sensor-based musical instruments.  

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Mladen Miljanović

Mladen Miljanović is an artist working and living in Banja Luka. In 2007 he received the Zvono Award for best young artist in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He has exhibited at the National Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina; Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien (Vienna), and Smack Mellon (New York). In addition to his performances, new-media productions, and research-based work, Miljanović deals with the social and therapeutic aspects of art by organizing workshops for the disabled. Website

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John Miller

John Miller is an artist and writer based in New York and Berlin, and a professor of professional practice at Barnard.  

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Nadja Millner-Larsen

Nadja Millner-Larsen is a writer living in New York. She is currently completing her PhD in the Department of Media, Culture and Communication at New York University. She has recently taught at NYU and at Bard College’s Center for Curatorial Studies. Website

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Joe Milutis

Joe Milutis is a writer and media artist and an assistant professor of interdisciplinary arts at the University of Washington, Bothell. He is the author of numerous multimedia essays and the book Ether: The Nothing That Connects Everything. Website

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Sebastian Mlynarski

Sebastian Mlynarski  

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Isabelle Moffat

Isabelle Moffat is an independent scholar living in Berlin. She received her PhD from MIT in 2002. Website

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Amir Mogharabi

Amir Mogharabi is an artist and the editor of Farimani, a new critical journal. His editorial and artistic practice derives from an interest in how progress is conceptualized historically and the various ways in which history can be rewritten when approached as invention. He lives in New York. Website

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Naeem Mohaiemen

Naeem Mohaiemen is a writer and visual artist working in Dhaka and New York who explores the history of the international left and utopia.  

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K. Silem Mohammad

K. Silem Mohammad is the author of The Front (Roof Books, 2009), Breathalyzer (Edge Books, 2008), A Thousand Devils (Combo Books, 2004), and Deer Head Nation (Tougher Disguises, 2003). He teaches at Southern Oregon University. Website

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Lara Mimosa Montes

Lara Mimosa Montes is a senior editor of Triple Canopy. Her poems and essays have appeared in Fence, BOMB, The Third Rail, and elsewhere. She holds a PhD in English from The CUNY Graduate Center. Her first book, The Somnambulist, was published by Horse Less Press in 2016. She was born in the Bronx.  

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Mario Montez

Mario Montez  

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Thomas Moran

Thomas Moran is a graduate of the Yale School of Architecture and a practicing architect. Website

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Evgeny Morozov

Evgeny Morozov is author of The Net Delusion and To Save Everything, Click Here.  

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Jacob Carpenter Morris

Jacob Carpenter Morris grew up with a full view of the night sky in rural Vermont. He studied composition at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and has been recording and touring since moving to New York City in 2001. His composition “VWB 373: Theme for ‘De Tribus Impostoribus’” was assembled without the use of any digital editing. Website

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Mösco  

Joseph Mosconi

Joseph Mosconi is a linguist based in Los Angeles. He is an editor of Area Sneaks, a journal of poetry and visual arts, and codirects the Poetic Research Bureau. His criticism can be found in the Fillip Review, The /n/oulipian Analects, and the liner notes to Golden Digest, a DVD release by Animal Charm. Website

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Ceci Moss

Ceci Moss is a writer, musician, DJ, and curator. She plays bass in the band Cellular Chaos and records solo material as Mi Or and the Pedestals. She writes and edits the contemporary art and music blog A Million Keys and is senior editor for Rhizome. Moss also programs Radio Heart, a weekly show airing on East Village Radio. She is currently pursuing a PhD in comparative literature at New York University. Website

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Fred Moten

Fred Moten lives in Los Angeles, where he teaches at the University of California, Riverside. Moten’s field is black studies, where he works at the intersection of performance, poetry and critical theory. He is author of Arkansas (Pressed Wafer Press, 2000), Poems (with Jim Behrle) (Pressed Wafer Press, 2002), In the Break: The Aesthetics of the Black Radical Tradition (University of Minnesota Press, 2003), I ran from it but was still in it. (Cusp Books, 2007), Hughson’s Tavern (Leon Works, 2008) and B Jenkins (Duke University Press, 2010).  

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Shana Moulton

Shana Moulton is a video and performance artist based in New York.  

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Horacio Castellanos Moya

Horacio Castellanos Moya was born in 1957 in Honduras and grew up in El Salvador. He is the author of eleven novels, including Senselessness, The She-Devil in the Mirror, Tyrant Memory, and The Dream of My Return. He is now living in the United States. Website

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Sam Moyer

Sam Moyer was born in Chicago, raised between Los Angeles and Hanover, Massachusetts, and presently lives and works in Brooklyn. Her work has been included in several shows in New York including Greater New York 2010, at MoMA PS1, and the current Public Art Fund show “Total Recall.” She is represented by Société in Berlin and Rachel Uffner Gallery in New York. Website

Nicholas Muellner

Nicholas Muellner is a photographer and writer based in West Danby, New York. His recent book projects, including The Amnesia Pavilions (2011) and The Photograph Commands Indifference (2009), explore the role of photography in autobiographical narrative. Website

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Matt Mullican

Matt Mullican was born in 1951 and currently resides in Berlin. Working in performance, installation, digital technology, and sculpture, and employing tools ranging from hypnosis to cartography, Mullican seeks to develop a cosmological system based on his personal visual and symbolic vocabulary. His work has been exhibited extensively in the US and internationally. Website

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Gwen Muren

Gwen Muren is the author of Glitch from Crater Press. She lives in Philadelphia and New York.  

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Eileen Myles

Eileen Myles 's Inferno (a poet's novel) is just out from OR books. For the essay collection The Importance of Being Iceland (2009), she received a Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation grant. Sorry, Tree (2007) is her most recent book of poems. In 2010, the Poetry Society of America awarded her the Shelley Prize. Website

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