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Recent

  • Rosa Barba

    is an artist and filmmaker who balances conceptualism with a distinctly personal vision in her work. She merges films, sculptures, installations, live-performances, text pieces, and publications that are grounded in the material and conceptual qualities of cinema. She also creates installations and site-specific interventions to analyze the ways film articulates space, placing the work and the viewer in a new relationship.

  • CAConrad

    has been working with the ancient technologies of poetry and ritual since 1975. They are the author of AMANDA PARADISE: Resurrect Extinct Vibration (Wave Books, 2021). Other titles include While Standing in Line for Death and Ecodeviance. The Book of Frank is now available in 9 different languages. They received a Creative Capital grant, a Pew Fellowship, a Lambda Literary Award, and a Believer Magazine Book Award. They teach at Columbia University in New York City and Sandberg Art Institute in Amsterdam.

  • Michelle Williams Gamaker

    is an artist/filmmaker working with fictional activism to critique imperialist storytelling in 20th-century cinema. She was joint-winner of Film London’s Jarman Award and recipient of the Stuart Croft Moving Image Award in 2020. Her film The Bang Straws (2021) screened at the 65th BFI LFF Short Film Award and she won the Best Experimental Film Award at Aesthetica Short Film Festival. She is currently working on a new film Thieves a fantasy adventure and tale of fictional revenge.

  • Lucía Hinojosa Gaxiola

    is an artist, experimental poet, writer and editor whose work has taken shape across a diverse range of media and concepts involving the materiality of language, memory, sound ecology, perceptions and boundaries of place, elements of chance, ritual and archive. Her processual practice is described as poetic fieldwork through practices of expanded writing, field recording, deep listening, sound poetry, performance, drawing, found objects, video and installation.

  • Robert Glück

    is the author of two novels, Margery Kempe and Jack the Modernist, and two story collections, Elements and Denny Smith. His collected essays, Communal Nude, was published by Semiotext(e) in 2016 and New York Review of Books Classics republished Margery Kempe in 2020. His books of poetry include Reader, La Fontaine with Bruce Boone, and In Commemoration of the Visit with Kathleen Fraser. In 2023 Roof Books will publish Glück’s long poem ‘I Boombox’. With Camille Roy, Mary Berger and Gail Scott, he edited the anthology Biting The Error: Writers Explore Narrative. Glück served as director of The Poetry Center at San Francisco State University. He was co-director of Small Press Traffic Literary Center and associate editor at Lapis Press.

  • Charlie Hawksfield

    is an artist and writer based in Battersea, he is also the director of the non-profit project space Wells Projects. Charlie’s practice included painting, printmaking, writing, facilitating and teaching.

  • Travis Jeppesen

    is the author of numerous books, including Victims, Wolf at the Door, All Fall: Two Novellas, The Suiciders, See You Again in Pyongyang, and Bad Writing. In addition, he is known as the creator of object-oriented writing, a metaphysical form of writing-as-embodiment that attempts to channel the inner lives of art objects; Jeppesen’s first major object-oriented writing project, 16 Sculptures, was published in book format by Publication Studio, featured in the 2014 Whitney Biennial as an audio installation, and was the subject of a solo exhibition at Wilkinson Gallery in London; his second one, U, is in progress and is excerpted in Fieldnotes Issue 3.

  • Arnold J. Kemp

    lives and works in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Kemp is the recipient of awards from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, the Joan Mitchell Foundation, the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, and in 2020 he received The Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant. His work is represented by Martos Gallery, NY and M. LeBlanc, Chicago.

  • George Lynch

    is a writer and housing organiser in London. Her instagram is @ge0rge.lynch

  • Angus McCrum

    lives and works in Berlin. His practice is motivated by the cultural histories of the landscapes around him. He layers found materials such as rubber, glass and wood with oil paint and printed matter. His sculptural paintings are often made in groups, with each work being used as a tool to produce the next; a circular economy of materials, each bearing traces of their prior use and abandonment.

  • Kate Paul

    is an artist-writer based in Croydon, and until recently a childcare worker. Some themes which come up in her work are co-regulation, unusual/garbled voicing, and disturbances within highly regulated spaces. She works on collaborative projects with friends, and is currently researching liquids and urination for a multi-media work.

  • Cecilia Pavón

    was born in Mendoza, Argentina, in 1973. She has a degree in Literay Theory from Universidad de Buenos Aires. In 1999 she founded the independent art space and small press Belleza y Felicidad. She has published more than ten books of poetry and short stories in Argentina, Mexico, Brasil, Chile and Uruguay. She has been translated into English: Little Joy (Semiotexte, 2021), A hotel with my name (Scrambler books, 2015), Liquorice candies (Scrambler books, 2016) and Belleza y Felicidad (Sand Paper Press, 2014). And into French Bombons à l’anis (Varichon & Cie., 2022). She runs Microcentro a nomadic space dedicated to poetry readings, that organises workshops and readings in different cities.

  • Rachelle Rahmé

    is a Lebanese-American independent scholar and poet based in Brooklyn, New York. Born in Jounieh, Lebanon, she emigrated to Washington D.C. at a young age, and came to NYC as a teenager. She is the author of Count Thereof Upon the Other’s Limbs (Cixous 72 Press, 2019), and the chapbooks Bataille’s Eggs (blush, 2021) and Puce Commodity (earthbound editions, 2020). Her translations of Georges Bataille, 27 Poems on Death, was published 2021 (o•blēk editions).

  • George Finlay Ramsay

    is an artist working with poetry, ritual and analogue filmmaking. Plans to have his body burnt in a volcano after he dies.

  • Yuhan Shen

    is a multidisciplinary artist based in New York City. His practice includes photography, sculpture and installation. He received a BEng on Electrical and Electronics Engineering from University of Southampton in 2018. He went to Maryland Institute College of Art in 2019 and currently pursuing a BFA degree at Parsons School of Design.

  • Billy Steiger

    was born in Howth on the 16th December1986. Now he plays the violin. ‘Then he sat down by a pond and began to play a tune. As he played, the most extraordinary thing happened. One by one the fish in the pond began to jump out and fly about in the air. And what is more, they were all different colours and they were singing to the music.’ Patrick, Quentin Blake.

  • Mónica Rivas Velásquez

    is a Colombian artist living in London working with expanded notions of drawing and embodied narratives. Composed of a series of collages and text, This is not a garden considers relations to grass and soil, political conflict and personal history via memory, remoteness and mediated proximity. This is the most recent iteration of her ongoing project, More Than an Object, its Shadow, which manifests as publications, performative readings, lectures and sound works. MOS has been staged at ICA, Stanley Picker Gallery, South London Botanical Institute, AWL Radio, Theatrum Mundi, Clouds and Tracks and Radiophrenia.

  • 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. She teaches at the New School for Social Research and Eugene Lang College in New York City.

  • Declan Wiffen

    is a writer and teacher living in Kent. As part of Estuary Festival 2021 he was the organiser of Cruising the Estuary, a series of writing workshops exploring queer ecologies. He is also the guest editor of Litmus: the lichen issue, a magazine exploring the intersection of science and poetry.

  • Yvonne

    was the first poetry editor at two pioneer feminist magazines from the 70s through the 80s, Aphra and Ms. She has received many awards for her poetry including two NEAs (1974/1984), a Mary Roberts Rinehart fellowship (1974), a New York State Council on the Arts fellowship (1981) and a BRIO award (1991). Under her full name, Yvonne Chism-Peace, she received a Leeway Foundation award (2003) for fiction. Early print publications include 161 One-Minute Monologues from Literature (Smith and Kraus), This Sporting Life (Milkweed), Bless Me, Father: Stories of Catholic Childhood (Plume), Catholic Girls (Plume/Penguin), Tangled Vines (HBJ), Celebrations: A New Anthology of Black American Poetry (Follett), The Third Woman (Houghton Mifflin), We Become New (Bantam), Pushcart Prize (vol. 6), and many journals such as Callaloo, Obsidian, New York Quarterly. Yvonne is the author of an epic trilogy: Iwilla/Soil (1985), Iwilla/Scourge (1986), Iwilla/Rise (1999), all published by Chameleon Productions.

Past

  • Ed Atkins

  • Giles Bailey

  • Dodie Bellamy

  • Lauren Berlant

  • Malcolm Bradley

  • Sam Buchan-Watts

  • Emily Charlton

  • Matthias Connor

  • Ann Cotten

  • Amparo Dávila

  • Anna Dinwoodie

  • Steve Dutton

  • Carolyn Ferrucci

  • Rob Halpern

  • Estelle Hoy

  • Yan Jun

  • Patrick Keiller

  • Wytske van Keulen

  • Emily Hunt Kivel

  • Evan Lavender-Smith

  • Eloise Lawson

  • Karen Leeder

  • Hanne Lippard

  • Paul Maheke

  • Sarah Mangold

  • David Manley

  • Wythe Marschall

  • Helen Marten

  • Zara Joan Miller

  • Mary Mussman

  • Juliette Pépin

  • Elizabeth Price

  • Hannah Regel

  • Ben Rivers

  • Ulrike Almut Sandig

  • Kathleen Stewart

  • Charlie Godet Thomas

  • Liesl Ujvary

  • Ana Vaz

  • Apichatpong Weerasethakul

  • Lulu Wolf

  • Akio Yuguchi