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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Jesselyn Radack

Jesselyn Radack is national security and human rights director for the Government Accountability Project. She works primarily with national security and intelligence community whistleblowers, and represented Thomas Drake in the government’s unsuccessful prosecution.  

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Sara Greenberger Rafferty

Sara Greenberger Rafferty is a New York–based interdisciplinary artist. In 2011, she had solo exhibitions at the Suburban, in Chicago, and at Rachel Uffner Gallery, in New York. Rafferty has also had solo exhibitions at the Kitchen and MoMA PS1, both in New York. She is an assistant professor of art at Hampshire College. Website

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Yvonne Rainer

Yvonne Rainer  

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Katie Raissian

Katie Raissian is editor-in-chief of STONECUTTER: A JOURNAL OF ART AND LITERATURE.  

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Kameelah Janan Rasheed

Kameelah Janan Rasheed is an artist-archivist from East Palo Alto, California; she currently lives in Brooklyn. She creates immersive installations, photographs, audio mixes, publications, and public programming. Her work has been exhibited at the Studio Museum in Harlem, the Queens Museum, the Bronx Museum, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Weeksville Heritage Center, among other venues. She is a contributing editor at the New Inquiry and arts editor at Spook magazine.  

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Lisi Raskin

Lisi Raskin ’s on-site research of Cold War relics has informed the making of drawings, objects, videos, and large, constructed environments that simultaneously quell and stimulate her fear of technological progress and pathology. She is currently working on a performance and a series of constructions designed to send healing energy into the past, present, and future. Raskin has exhibited her artwork at the Frankfurter Kunstverein, the Contemporary Art Center Vilnius, MoMA PS1, and the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin, Texas. In 2009, Raskin participated in the Istanbul Biennial. Website

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Lucy Raven

Lucy Raven is an artist who works with animation, installation, sound, and the live format of the illustrated lecture. Her films and installations have been shown internationally, most recently in solo exhibitions at the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York; Portikus, Frankfurt; and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco. She is cofounder, with Victoria Brooks and Evan Calder Williams, of Thirteen Black Cats, a research and production collective. She currently lives and works in New York and teaches at Cooper Union and the School of Visual Arts. Website

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Will Rawls

Will Rawls is a choreographer, performer, writer and curator. His work has appeared at Danspace Project, the Brooklyn Museum, the Emily Harvey Foundation, the Chocolate Factory and Williams College, among other venues. As a dancer, Rawls has performed with many artists, including Jérôme Bel, Maria Hassabi, Neal Medlyn, David Neumann, Shen Wei Dance Arts, and Katie Workum. From 2006–2013, Rawls collaborated as one half of the performance duo Dance Gang with Kennis Hawkins. Rawls was a 2013 MacDowell Colony Fellow and is a 2014 LMCC Process Space Artist. Website

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Srikanth Reddy

Srikanth Reddy is the author of two books of poetry, Facts for Visitors and Voyager, which probes this world’s cosmological relation to the plurality of all possible worlds. is the author of two books of poetry—Facts for Visitors (2004), and Voyager (2011)—both published by the University of California Press. His critical study, Changing Subjects: Digressions in Modern American Poetry, was published by Oxford University Press in 2012. A recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for Arts, the Illinois Arts Council, and the Creative Capital Foundation, Reddy is currently an Associate Professor of English at the University of Chicago.  

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Ariana Reines

Ariana Reines is the author of The Cow, Coeur de Lion, Mercury, and the play Telephone and the translator of books by TIQQUN, Jean-Luc Hennig, and Charles Baudelaire. Website

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Yael Reinharz

Yael Reinharz is executive director of Artis, an independent nonprofit organization that broadens international awareness and understanding of contemporary art from Israel, and provides important resources, programs and platforms for artists and art professionals to develop lasting partnerships with the global art community.  

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Nick Relph

Nick Relph  

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Sarah Resnick

Sarah Resnick is a writer and senior editor of Triple Canopy. Website

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The Review of Contemporary Fiction

The Review of Contemporary Fiction was launched in 1981 to provide a critical discourse around innovative literary works of the highest caliber that have largely been ignored by the mainstream media. Over the years, the Review has provided an alternative canon for contemporary fiction and has introduced such writers as David Foster Wallace, David Markson, and Gilbert Sorrentino, well before they were embraced by the critical establishment. (Wallace served for a time as an editor of the journal, and guest-edited a “Future of Fiction” issue, in 1996.) The Review has also published numerous anthology issues dedicated to new writing from foreign countries, special issues dedicated to innovative publishers (Grove Press, Editions P.O.L), and special topic issues, including the present “Failure” issue. Website

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Revolver

Revolver is a Minneapolis-St. Paul literary arts organization, rousing creators since 2012. Revolver designs physical and digital environments for collaborations between artists and disciplines, as well as orchestrating low-risk, high-fun methods for the public to engage in a wide spectrum of creativity in the literary arts. Website

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Lis Rhodes

Lis Rhodes has been at the forefront of British experimental cinema since the early 1970s, working as part of the London Filmmakers’ Co-op and later cofounding Circles, the first organization in the UK dedicated to distributing artist's film and video made by women. She lives and works in London and teaches at Slade School of Fine Art.  

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Taylor Richardson

Taylor Richardson  

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Emily Richardson

Emily Richardson lives and works in London. Her films are distributed by LUX and have been shown in galleries and at festivals internationally, including Tate Britain; Cafe Gallery Projects, London; Artists Space, New York; and the Edinburgh, London, Hong Kong, Rotterdam, and New York film festivals. Website

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David Rieff

David Rieff is a journalist and author of books on immigration, international conflict, and humanitarianism.  

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Larry Rinder

Larry Rinder Website

Andrew Ritchie

Andrew Ritchie is an artist and former editorial technologist of Triple Canopy. Website

Kari Rittenbach

Kari Rittenbach has written for Afterall, Artforum, Art Papers, Frieze, Paper Monument, and Texte zur Kunst. She has organized exhibitions and events at SculptureCenter, Artists Space, and at other institutions in New York, London, and Berlin.  

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Puttin’ on the Ritz

Puttin’ on the Ritz Website

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Ben Rivers

Ben Rivers is an experimental filmmaker and artist based in London.  

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Tom Roberge

Tom Roberge is a book editor and freelance writer. Website

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Jennifer L. Roberts

Jennifer L. Roberts is Elizabeth Cary Agassiz Professor of the Humanities at Harvard University. She is an art historian focusing on American art from the colonial period onward, with particular interests in craft and materiality theory, print studies, and the history and philosophy of science. She is the author of Mirror-Travels: Robert Smithson and History (2004), Jasper Johns/In Press: The Crosshatch Works and the Logic of Print (2012), and Transporting Visions: The Movement of Images in Early America (2014). Website

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Lisa Robertson

Lisa Robertson is a Canadian poet now based in the Vienne region of France. Her most recent books are Lisa Robertson's Magenta Soul Whip (Coach House, 2009) and R’s Boat (University of California Press, 2010) A book of essays, Nilling, is forthcoming from Bookthug in Toronto. Website

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Colin Robinson

Colin Robinson  

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Kim Stanley Robinson

Kim Stanley Robinson is a science-fiction author and the winner of Hugo, Nebula, and Locus Awards.  

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Michael Robinson

Michael Robinson is a film and video artist based in Chicago. His work has been shown in festivals, cinematheques, and galleries internationally, including the New York, San Francisco, Hong Kong, Rotterdam, and London film festivals. Website

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Claudia La Rocco

Claudia La Rocco  

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Zach Rockhill

Zach Rockhill is an artist and architect living and working in Brooklyn. Website

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Torbjørn Rødland

Torbjørn Rødland is a Los Angeles–based photographer whose books include White Plant Black Heart, I Want to Live Innocent, and Andy Capp Variations, and, most recently, Vanilla Partner. Website

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Adrián Villar Rojas

Adrián Villar Rojas is known for his monumental clay sculptures and represented Argentina at the 2011 Venice Biennale.  

Brian Rosa

Brian Rosa is an American photographer, urban researcher, and curator based in Manchester, England, where he is a PhD student in human geography at the University of Manchester. Website

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Jen Rosenblit

Jen Rosenblit lives in New York City and makes performance that engages bodies, architectures, and ideas surrounding the discontents of desire and autonomy. Her works focus on an improvisational approach to choreographic thought, locating ways of being together amidst seemingly impossible spaces. Recent works include Clap Hands (Invisible Dog/New York Live Arts, 2016) and a Natural dance (the Kitchen, 2014). Rosenblit is a 2016 MAP FUND recipient and a 2015–16 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence; she received a 2014 New York Dance and Performance “Bessie” Award for Emerging Choreographer for a Natural dance. Rosenblit’s upcoming work, Swivel Spot, in collaboration with Geo Wyeth, premieres at the Kitchen in March 2017.  

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Carne Ross

Carne Ross is a former British diplomat and founder of the nonprofit advisory group Independent Diplomat. He is also the author of The Leaderless Revolution.  

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Steve Rowell

Steve Rowell is an artist and researcher working between Los Angeles, Washington, DC, and Berlin. He examines technology, culture, and infrastructure on, beneath, and above the landscape, contextualizing the built and the natural environments, appropriating the methods and tools of the geographer and cartographer. Photography, video, and sound recordings from the field provide a medium for his projects. In addition to his own practice he collaborates with the Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI), SIMPARCH, and the Office of Experiments. Website

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Rufus Corporation

Rufus Corporation is a Brooklyn-based ad hoc “think tank” of performers, artists, musicians, writers, and programmers who collaborate on films and artworks. Their previous work includes Yuri’s Office (2009), The Rape of the Sabine Women (2006), and 89 Seconds at Alcázar (2003). Rufus Corporation’s most recent foray is the coproduction of performances at the Wallabout Oyster Theatre in south Williamsburg. Website

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Alix Rule

Alix Rule is a PhD candidate in Sociology at Columbia University. Website

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Norman Rush

Norman Rush is the author of three novels, including Mating, which won the National Book Award for Fiction in 1991.  

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Ben Russell

Ben Russell is a media artist and curator whose films, installations, and performances engage with the history and semiotics of the moving image. He has had solo screenings and exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, the Rotterdam Film Festival, the Wexner Center for the Arts, threewalls and the Museum of Modern Art. A 2008 Guggenheim Fellowship and 2010 FIPRESCI award recipient, he began the Magic Lantern screening series in Providence, Rhode Island, was co-director of the artist-run space BEN RUSSELL in Chicago, IL and performs in a double-drum trio called BEAST. Website

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Nicole Russo

Nicole Russo  

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Peter J. Russo

Peter J. Russo is director of Triple Canopy and a founding member of Common Practice New York. From 2009 until 2012, he organized the NY Art Book Fair at MoMA PS1. He has previously worked with such organizations as Printed Matter and the Vera List Center for Art and Politics. Website

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