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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Trevor Paglen

Trevor Paglen is an artist and the author of books on experimental geography and state secrecy.  

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Francesco Paladino

Francesco Paladino is an Italian filmmaker who, in 2005, created a series of films to accompany each track on Aaron Moore’s debut solo album, The Accidental. The accidental collision of images and improvised sound in Accidental #2 is a reformation of Paladino’s films as visual accompaniment to Moore’s performance. Website

Karthik Pandian

Karthik Pandian is an artist, writer, and editor at large of Motherwell. He is currently working on a collaborative two-person show with Mathias Poledna at Galerie Meyer Kainer in Vienna and a solo exhibition to open at Midway Contemporary in Minneapolis in September. He has written for Bidoun and for Art21’s blog. His work is represented by Richard Telles Fine Art in Los Angeles. Website

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Maxwell Paparella

Maxwell Paparella lives in Brooklyn, NY. He has given readings and presentations at Microscope Gallery, Global Committee, and Group Huddle, among other venues. His forthcoming YouTube mini-series is called Chef Tastes the Broth.  

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Ashwin Parameswaran

Ashwin Parameswaran writes about resilience in economics, ecology, technology, and other complex systems.  

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Christian Parenti

Christian Parenti is a professor of sustainable development at the School for International Training, Graduate Institute. He is a contributing editor to the Nation and the author of four books, most recently Tropic of Chaos: Climate Change and the New Geography of Violence (2011). Website

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Brittany Paris

Brittany Paris is a former editorial and production assistant at Triple Canopy. She is a Media Studies graduate student at The New School. Website

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Ed Park

Ed Park is a founding editor of the Believer. He publishes the New-York Ghost, writes a monthly science-fiction column for the Los Angeles Times called Astral Weeks, and blogs at The Dizzies. His first novel, Personal Days, was published by Random House. He lives in New York City. Website

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Graham Parker

Graham Parker is an artist and the author of Fair Use (notes from spam). Website

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Frank Pasquale

Frank Pasquale is a professor of law at the University of Maryland, a member of the Council for Big Data, Ethics, and Society, and an affiliate fellow of Yale Law School’s Information Society Project. He frequently writes about the ethical, legal, and social implications of information technology, and speaks to attorneys, physicians, and other health professionals about these subjects. His book, The Black Box Society: The Secret Algorithms that Control Money and Information, develops a social theory of reputation, search, and finance, and will be published by Harvard University Press in 2015.  

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Matteo Pasquinelli

Matteo Pasquinelli is a philosopher. He wrote the book Animal Spirits: A Bestiary of the Commons (2008) and edited the anthologies The Algorithms of Capital (2014) and Alleys of Your Mind: Augmented Intelligence and its Traumas (forthcoming for Meson Press). In 2012 he wrote, with Wietske Maas, "The Manifesto of Urban Cannibalism." He frequently teaches and lectures about the intersection of political philosophy and media theory at universities and art institutions. Website

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Pastelegram

Pastelegram  

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Rebecca Patek

Rebecca Patek is a New York-based choreographer and performance artist who creates work that synthesizes dance, theater, and comedy. In New York, Patek’s work has been presented at Abrons Art Center, Dance Theater Workshop, 92nd Street Y, Movement Research at Judson Church, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Dance New Amsterdam, the Joyce Soho, and Dixon Place. She has recently received commissions from the Museum of Arts and Design, the Chocolate Factory Theater, and Festival TBD: Emergency Glitter. Website

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Revolutionary Patriots

Revolutionary Patriots Website

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Andrew Patrizio

Andrew Patrizio is an art historian at Edinburgh College of Art. Website

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Prudence Peiffer

Prudence Peiffer is a lecturer and Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Art History and Archaeology at Columbia University. She specializes in modern and contemporary American art, with a particular emphasis on abstraction and artists’ writings. Her current book project explores the multifaceted oeuvre of Ad Reinhardt. Website

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Adam Pendleton

Adam Pendleton is a conceptual artist known for his multi-disciplinary practice, which moves fluidly between painting, publishing, photographic collage, video, and performance. His work centers on an engagement with language, in both the figurative and literal senses, and the re-contextualization of history through appropriated imagery to establish alternative interpretations of the present and, in his words, “a future dynamic where new historical narratives and meanings can exist.”  

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Javier Peres

Javier Peres  

Ariana Perez-Castells

Ariana Perez-Castells is a Spanish-Chilean writer and Boston native. Her writing draws on her interest in telling stories of human rights, which she explored during her undergraduate studies at Bard College. She currently resides in New York where she interns for PEN America, organizing their World Voices Festival of International Literature.  

Ara Peterson

Ara Peterson Website

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Ben Phelps-Rohrs

Ben Phelps-Rohrs recently completed an internship at National Public Radio’s Day to Day and now lives in Pittsburgh. He plans to travel to Siberia this winter to visit the third-largest ice city on the planet. Website

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Alyssa Pheobus

Alyssa Pheobus is an artist living and working between Lahore, Pakistan, and New York City. Website

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Dan Phiffer

Dan Phiffer is a programmer and artist interested in hackable, inexpensive computer networks.  

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Ann Pibal

Ann Pibal is a painter whose works were recently exhibited at Meulensteen in New York and the DeCordova Biennial and are held in the permanent collection of the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Website

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Piehole

Piehole  

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Penny Pilkington

Penny Pilkington  

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Leah Pires

Leah Pires is a writer and curator living in New York, where she is a PhD candidate in the department of art history at Columbia University and a 2014–15 Critical Studies Fellow in the Whitney Independent Study Program.  

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David Platzker

David Platzker is the founder of Specific Object, “a personal venture to aggregate interesting objects in any artistic medium,” and a former director of Printed Matter, Inc. He is the curator the upcoming exhibitions “Specific Object Presents Lawrence Weiner's Printed Work from The Jean-Noël Herlin Archive,” and “Robert Barry, Closed Gallery Redux––During the exhibition the gallery will be closed,” both of which are collaborations with Susan Inglett Gallery and will open this summer.  

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Jumatatu Poe

Jumatatu Poe is a dance artist from Philadelphia, PA. He currently works with Merián Soto, Leah Stein, Jesse Zaritt, and co-directs idiosynCrazy productions. In 2012 he received a Pew Fellowship in the Arts.  

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The Poetic Research Bureau

The Poetic Research Bureau is a nonprofit bookstore, reading space, and publishing collective in Los Angeles. Website

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PolYPeN

PolYPeN was founded in 2007 by Sabeth Buchmann, Helmut Draxler, Clemens Krümmel, and Susanne Leeb and is published by Berlin’s bbooks. Past publications include Tom Holert, Regieren im Bildraum; Félix Guattari, Die Couch des Armen: Die Kinotexte in der Diskussion, edited by Aljoscha Wescott and Nicolas Siepen; Jacques Rancière, Die Aufteilung des Sinnlichen; and Helmut Daxler, Gefährliche Substanzen: Kunst und Kritik. Website

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Mary Poovey

Mary Poovey is Samuel Rudin University Professor of the Humanities and Professor of English at New York University. Her two most recent books, A History of the Modern Fact and Genres of the Credit Economy, examine the emergence of the modern disciplines. Her current work focuses on financial crises, both past and present.  

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William Pope.L

William Pope.L currently lives and works in Chicago, IL, where he is an Associate Professor in the Department of Visual arts at the University of Chicago. His work has been exhibited and performed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Whitney Museum in New York, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, the New Museum in New York and the Renaissance Society in Chicago. Recent exhibitions and performances include Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art at the Studio Museum in Harlem and the Grey Art Gallery, New York; Cage Unrequited, in conjunction with Performa, NY; Flux This! With Pope.L and Special Guests at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, NY; and Ruffneck Constructivists at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia.  

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Natalia Porter

Natalia Porter  

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Theodore Porter

Theodore Porter is a Los Angeles-based writer, researcher, and historian of science, He is the Distinguished Professor of History and the Peter Reill Chair in European History at UCLA. He is the author of The Rise of Statistical Thinking (1986), Trust in Numbers: The Pursuit of Objectivity in Science and Public Life (1995), and Karl Pearson: The Scientific Life in a Statistical Age (2004).  

Matthew Porter

Matthew Porter is an artist whose work has recently appeared in exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the International Center of Photography. A monograph of his work will be published in 2014 by MACK. Website

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Samantha Power

Samantha Power is author of A Problem from Hell and Chasing the Flame. Website

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John Powers

John Powers was born in Chicago and now lives in Brooklyn. His artwork has been shown at MoMA PS1, Exit Art, the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, the Swiss Institute, CUE Art Foundation, and the Brooklyn Museum, among others. Website

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Julia Powers

Julia Powers is a translator based in New York and New Haven and a PhD student in comparative literature at Yale University. She is the recipient of the 2012 Susan Sontag Translation Prize. Website

Ervin Prašljivić

Ervin Prašljivić is an activist, architect, photographer, and videographer who lives and works in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He holds a master’s degree in urban studies, and received the Sixth of April Award for best architectural proposal in Sarajevo. He also co-organizes lectures and interactive installations about urban phenomena. Website

Alexander Provan

Alexander Provan is the editor of Triple Canopy and a contributing editor of Bidoun. He is the recipient of a 2015 Creative Capital | Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant and was a 2013–15 fellow at the Vera List Center for Art and Politics. Website

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Psychobuildings

Psychobuildings is a Brooklyn-based band comprised of Peter LaBier, Peter Schuette, Juan Pieczanski and Emily Panic. The group released its first two 7" singles in 2010, on All Hands Electric and Transparent. Website

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Purple Haze

Purple Haze is Marcia Bassett (Zaimph, Double Leopards, Hototogisu) and Taylor Richardson (Prehistoric Blackout, Fluid Human). A house band for bad trips and temporary psychosis. Website

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