Becca Albee is a visual artist based in Brooklyn, New York. She is a MacDowell and Yaddo fellow, participated in an artist residency at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, and most recently had a solo show at 356 S. Mission Road in Los Angeles, CA. Albee is an Associate Professor at The City College of New York, CUNY.
Kate Palmer Albers is Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Arizona. She is the author of Uncertain Histories: Accumulation, Inaccessibility, and Doubt in Contemporary Photography (University of California Press, 2015). Recent articles address photography and digital abundance, multi-gigapixel photography, Gerhard Richter’s Atlas, and contemporary artists’ archival projects. She was a 2015 Creative Capital/Arts Writers Grant recipient for the project Circulation/Exchange: Moving Images in Contemporary Art. Her current research focuses on the role of ephemerality throughout the history of photography.
Avi Alpert is a writer and cultural critic. Rit Premnath is an artist and teacher. They previously collaborated on a volume dedicated to the philosopher Indira Sylvia Belissop, and on the multi-year meeting and writing project, Dictionary of the Possible. Both appeared as volumes of Shifter, for which Premnath is founder and co-editor.
Barbara Buchmaier is a critic and an author based in Berlin, where she teaches at Weißensee Kunsthochschule. She is also an editor of von hundert, for which she regulary co-writes with Christine Woditschka. Christine Woditschka is an artist and art critic who lives in Berlin. They often present their dialogical texts in lecture perfomances.
Alison Burstein is Program Director at Recess (New York, NY). She formerly worked as a member of the Education Departments at MoMA, the Guggenheim Museum, and the Brooklyn Museum and has organized a wide array of public programs and artist projects across these institutions. In 2014, Alison curated the exhibition One Trace After at NURTUREart (Brooklyn, NY) and taught the experimental class Making the Invisible Visible: Learning from the Artist as Researcher at MoMA.
David Court is an artist and writer based in Brooklyn, NY.
Carl Diehl is an artist based in Portland, Oregon. His work has been presented at events including the International Symposium of Electronic Art and the &Now Festival of New Writing. He programs events with Weird Shift, an artist-run initiative for marginalia studies, pursues the "atempastoral," coordinates meetings of Hundred Thousand Million Labyrinths, and teaches courses in the history and practice of time-based art at The Pacific Northwest College of Art.
Andrew Finegold received his doctorate in Art History from Columbia University in 2012. He has since held Visiting Assistant Professorships at Skidmore College and Wake Forest University, and has taught in an adjunct capacity at Pratt Institute, Parsons the New School for Design, and Columbia University. Most recently, he was named the 2015-16 Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at New York University's Institute of Fine Arts.