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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Catherine Wagner

Catherine Wagner teaches in the MA program in creative writing at Miami University and lives in Oxford, OH with her son Ambrose. She is the author of the book Nervous Device (City Lights Publishers, 2012).  

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Gretchen Wagner

Gretchen Wagner is assistant curator in the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books at the Museum of Modern Art, where she most recently organized the exhibitions “Projects 98: Slavs and Tatars” and “Thing/Thought: Fluxus Editions, 1962-1978.” This October, she will assume the position of Curator at the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts in St. Louis.  

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Caleb Waldorf

Caleb Waldorf is an artist and the creative director of Triple Canopy. He currently lives in Berlin. Website

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Angie Waller

Angie Waller is a New York–based artist who uses her online presence, couchprojects, to document a set of cultural interventions in commercialism, shopping, and social networking. Website

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Emily Wang

Emily Wang is a writer and editor. She is a senior editor at Triple Canopy.  

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Jon Wang

Jon Wang is an artist and filmmaker whose work has been shown internationally. He is also the cofounder of ZEZE Hotel, an artist residency project in upstate NY, and is currently working to open a queer bathhouse in New York City.  

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Wang Bing

Wang Bing is a Chinese documentary filmmaker. Website

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Gary War

Gary War  

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Nari Ward

Nari Ward  

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McKenzie Wark

McKenzie Wark is the author of A Hacker Manifesto, Gamer Theory, 50 Years of Recuperation of the Situationist International, and The Beach Beneath the Street, among other books. He teaches at the New School for Social Research and Eugene Lang College in New York City.  

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Warm Engine

Warm Engine is Greta Hansen and Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong, a creative duo that works between art and architecture. Website

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Dragging an Ox Through Water

Dragging an Ox Through Water Website

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Greg Wayne

Greg Wayne is a neuroscientist at Columbia University.  

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Bill Weeden

Bill Weeden is an actor and songwriter from Manhattan. He has appeared in many plays and films and has hosted television shows. Website

Kathi Weeks

Kathi Weeks is the author of The Problem with Work: Feminism, Marxism, Antiwork Politics, and Postwork Imaginaries.  

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Tingting Wei

Tingting Wei is an undergraduate studying Studio Art at New York University. Website

Eliot Weinberger

Eliot Weinberger is the series editor of Calligrams: Writings from and on China (New York Review Books) and the literary editor of the Murty Classical Library of India (Harvard University Press). His forthcoming book of essays, The Ghosts of Birds, will be published by New Directions next year.  

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Julia Weist

Julia Weist is an artist and author living in Brooklyn. She was educated at the Cooper Union School of Art and is completing a master’s of library science at Pratt Institute. Sexy Librarian is her first novel. Website

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Valerie Werder

Valerie Werder is a writer, curator, and copy editor of Triple Canopy. She is also editor of Endless Editions and head of research at Dominique Lévy Gallery. Her work has appeared in Interventions, Art + Auction, and numerous exhibition catalogues. She is the coeditor of a collective workbook on artist Karin Schneider titled Situational Diagram.  

Easton West

Easton West  

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Ryland Wharton

Ryland Wharton is an artist and software engineer currently living in Columbus, Ohio. He runs the studio The Work We Do. Website

Hannah Whitaker

Hannah Whitaker is a photographer and Triple Canopy contributing editor based in New York City. Website

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Robert Whitman

Robert Whitman is best known for his seminal and continuing work in creating innovative, non-narrative, imagistic theater pieces. He was a member of a group of visual artists—among them Allan Kaprow, Red Grooms, Jim Dine, and Claes Oldenburg—who began making theatrical work in the early 1960s that was performed in ad hoc spaces on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Whitman has since presented more than forty theater pieces in the United States and abroad—works that are visually and aurally rich, incorporating actors, films, slides, sounds, and evocative props in environments of the artist’s own making.  

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Brook Wilensky-Lanford

Brook Wilensky-Lanford is the author of Paradise Lust: Searching for the Garden of Eden (Grove Press, 2011). Her essays and reviews have appeared in Salon, the Huffington Post, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Killing the Buddha, where she is an associate editor. She lives in Jersey City, New Jersey. Website

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Diane Williams

Diane Williams ’s most recent book of stories is Vicky Swanky Is a Beauty, due out from McSweeney’s in January 2012. She is the editor of the literary annual NOON. Website

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Kaelen Wilson-Goldie

Kaelen Wilson-Goldie  

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Ben Wizner

Ben Wizner is the director of the ACLU’s Speech, Privacy & Technology Project and a legal advisor to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.  

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David Wojnarowicz

David Wojnarowicz (1954–1992) was an artist, writer, and activist. Website

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Uljana Wolf

Uljana Wolf  

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Jonah Wolf

Jonah Wolf studies classics at Brown University. He has written for the College Hill Independent and Paper. He is a former editorial and production assistant for Triple Canopy. Website

Matt Wolf

Matt Wolf is a filmmaker in New York. His acclaimed film Wild Combination is about the avant-garde cellist and disco producer Arthur Russell. He’s working on Teenage, a pre-history of teenagers based on a book by Jon Savage. Website

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Rebecca Wolff

Rebecca Wolff is the author of three volumes of poetry (Manderley, Figment, and The King) and a novel called The Beginners (Riverhead Books, 2011). She is the editor of Fence and Fence Books, the publisher of the Constant Critic, and a fellow at the New York State Writers Institute at the University at Albany. A native of Chelsea, NY, she now lives in Hudson, NY. Website

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Nate Wooley

Nate Wooley  

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Jacob Wren

Jacob Wren  

Lynn Wright

Lynn Wright 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. Website

B. Wurtz

B. Wurtz moved to New York in the mid-1980s after studying at the California Institute of the Arts and UC Berkeley. His work has been the subject of numerous one-person exhibitions and has been included in group shows throughout the US and Europe. Website

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Mark Wyse

Mark Wyse is a Los Angeles–based artist. His most recent book, Seizure, was published by Damiani Editore in 2011. In 2012 and 2013 Wyse displayed his work at Gagosian Gallery, New York; the University Art Museum, California State University Long Beach; and the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Website

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