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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Franklin Vandiver

Franklin Vandiver is a graphic designer based in New York. Website

Kazys Varnelis

Kazys Varnelis is the director of the Network Architecture Lab at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and the author of the book The Infrastructural City: Networked Ecologies in Los Angeles. With Robert Sumrell, he runs the nonprofit architectural collective AUDC (Architecture Urbanism Design Collaborative). Website

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Hrag Vartanian

Hrag Vartanian is a Brooklyn-based writer, editor, and critic. He is the editor of Hyperallergic and a member of the Triangle Arts Association board.  

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Michael C. Vazquez

Michael C. Vazquez  

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Conrad Ventur

Conrad Ventur  

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Ben Vida

Ben Vida is a Brooklyn-based artist and composer. He has been an active member of the international experimental music community for the past seventeen years. In the mid-1990s he co-founded the group Town and Country and has worked as a solo artist under his own name and as Bird Show, releasing records on such labels as PAN, Alku, Thrill Jockey, Drag City, Hapna, and Kranky. Vida has recently performed at the Kitchen with David Behrman; at the Sacrum Profamun festival in Krakow, which debuted the Tyondai Braxton/Ben Vida Duo; at Electrónica en Abril festival in Madrid; and at Akousma Festival in Montreal. Ben’s exhibition, “Slipping Control,” was presented at Audio Visual Arts in New York City this past spring. He is a 2013 Artist in Residency at ISSUE Project Room in Brooklyn and at the Clocktower in Manhattan.  

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Allyson Vieira

Allyson Vieira is an artist living in New York. She has recently had solo and two-person exhibitions at Kunsthalle Basel; Swiss Institute, New York; and Non Objectif Sud, Tulette, France. Her work has also been included in group exhibitions at PinchukArtCentre, Kiev, Ukraine; Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, California; Public Art Fund, Brooklyn, New York; and SculptureCenter, Long Island City, New York. In 2015, Vieira will have a solo exhibition at Mendes Wood DM in São Paulo, Brazil. She received a BFA from The Cooper Union and an MFA from Bard College. She is represented by Laurel Gitlen in New York. Website

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Dan Visel

Dan Visel is a Triple Canopy contributing editor and researcher living in Bangkok, Thailand. Website

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Marc Vives

Marc Vives is a filmmaker, editor, and video artist living in Brooklyn. Website

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Ian Volner

Ian Volner is a writer and critic, and former editor of Edificial.com. His work has appeared in Bookforum, the Architect’s Newspaper, and the Architectural Record, among other journals. He lives in Manhattan. Website

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Emily Votruba

Emily Votruba writes and copyedits for the Votrubicon LLC, makes spinster homesteading experiments at the Bohemian Grass Sanctuary and Rabbitrarium, and runs a deeply local news source called The Elberta Alert. She lives in Elberta, Michigan.  

Danh Vō

Danh Vō is an artist whose lauded series of sculptures, collectively titled We the people, consists of full-scale facsimiles of New York’s Statue of Liberty, was initiated in 2010 and continues to be exhibited around the world. Vō’s work has been presented at the Museo Jumex, Mexico City; Nottingham Contemporary, UK; and The Kitchen, New York (all 2014). Vō was the recipient of the Guggenheim’s Hugo Boss Prize in 2012. He is represented by Marian Goodman Gallery in New York and London, where “Homosapiens” was on view in 2015.  

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