a Júlia Ayerbe

Júlia Ayerbe edits, curates and researches about books, exhibitions, and feminisms. With Laura Daviña and Marina Marchesan holds the publishing house Edições Aurora / Publication Studio SP. She currently studies a master’s degree at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid / Museo Reina Sofía.

Tiago de Abreu Pinto

Tiago de Abreu Pinto is an independent curator, PhD in Art History from the Complutense University of Madrid, whose practice is shaped by an ongoing dialogue with literature and philosophy. 

denisse andrade

denisse andrade is a Colombian-born curator, educator and activist. She is a doctoral candidate in geography at the Graduate Center at CUNY, and currently a scholar-in-residence at The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in New York City.

bc Tyler Coburn

– Guest Editor of “Spring 2018 Issue

Tyler Coburn is an artist and writer based in New York.

Nina Canell & Robin Watkins

Nina Canell once made a sculpture for ten people that caused the electricity in their homes to go out simultaneously and unannounced once every month for a year. The transfer and distribution of energy has been an integral preoccupation of her work since the beginning, often working with situations that are highly sensitive to spatio- temporal variables. Grounded as much in the chance encounter as in close study, her sculptural process foregrounds material agency.

Nina Canell was born 1979 in Växjö, went to art school in Dublin, and currently lives and works in Berlin. She has had solo museum exhibitions in Switzerland, Mexico, Belgium, South Korea, Sweden, France, Germany and England. Canell has taken part in the Venice, Cuenca, Sydney, Lyon, and Liverpool biennials, as well as group exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Witte de With, Rotterdam; the ICA, London; and Guggenheim, Bilbao among others. Nina Canell frequently collaborates with Robin Watkins on installations, artist’s books and publications.


Robin Watkins (*1980) is an Irish-Swedish artist, occasional musician and sporadic maker of books. Watkins studied at Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Dublin 2001- 2005 and has frequently collaborated with artist Nina Canell ever since. He lives and works in Berlin, Germany.

def Found Review

We have a bird
A tree
Give me a nickel’s worth of cloud.

(Orhan Veli, from “Bird and Cloud” trans. Murat Nemet-Nejat)

Helena Fernández-Cavada

Helena Fernández-Cavada draws every day in order to pose questions and play with them, a process that ranges from the questioning of established relationships to the contradiction as an attitude towards life.

g Johanna Gustafsson Fürst

Johanna Gustafsson Fürst is an artist that uses performance, texts, sculptures and site-specific installations to process how everyday life encounters political and social systems. Gustafsson Fürst is a senior lecturer in fine art at Konstfack in Stockholm. Recent exhibitions include Consonni (ES), Moderna Museet (Stockholm) and Kalmar Konsthall (SE).

h Anna Hallberg

Anna Hallberg is a poet and critic.

Martin Högström

Martin Högström is a poet, translator and one of three publishers at the Stockholm based poetry press Chateaux. He is the author of poetry books such as Transfutura (2005), Kommande industrilandskap (2007), Journaler (2013) and Discours transposés (2017). His translations include What it means to be avant-garde (2016) by American poet David Antin and Il donc (2020) by French writer Danielle Collobert. In the fall of 2022, the French translation of his book Fängelsepalatset (2010) will be published by Éric Pesty Éditeur (as Prison-palais) and his editorial project frontpoesi by Cyklopenbibliotekets förlag.

ijk Nsenga Knight

Nsenga Knight is a Black American Muslim artist currently based in Cairo, Egypt. Her work interrogates the status of Black America, American society, politics, culture, and Islam in 21 st century.

l Karl Katz Lydén

Heracles loved him and made him his armour-bearer, posting him to guard the man-eating horses of Diomedes, king of the Bistones; but they devoured him.

(Who’s Who in Classical Mythology, Michael Grant & John Hazel, London/New York: Routledge, 1973/2002.)

Marilia Loureiro

Marilia Loureiro is a curator interested in projects that give critical forms to the usual procedures of art. She is in charge of the programme of Casa do Povo, a cultural center in São Paulo that fosters processual artistic and socially engaged practices, in close relationship with its surrounding Bom Retiro neighborhood.

Esther Lu

Esther Lu is a curator based between Taipei and wonderland.

Filip Lindberg

Filip Lindberg is a poet, critic and editor of the literary magazine tydningen.

Runo Lagomarsino

Runo Lagomarsino is an artist who lives and works in Malmö and São Paulo. Recent solo exhibitions: We are each other’s air, Francesca Minini, Milan, Italy (2019) and Concentrations 61: Runo Lagomarsino, EntreMundos, Dallas Museum of Art Dallas, (2018). Selected group exhibitions: A Universal History of Infamy, LACMA, Los Angeles, (2017), The 56th Venice Biennale (2015); The 30th São Paulo Biennial (2013) and 12th Istanbul Biennial (2011).

mnopqrs Kuba Szreder

Kuba Szreder works with curating and theory of contemporary art, he makes projects in the expanded field of art, and analyses social mechanisms of this expansion.


Annie Simpson

Annie Simpson is an artist who explores landscape and longing in the American South. She is a student and outside agitator at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

t Hồng-Ân Trương

– Guest Editor of “6 # Confederate Monuments

Hồng-Ân Trương is an artist, educator, and activist based in Durham, North Carolina. She is an Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in Art at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

uvwxyz Carla Zaccagnini

– Guest Editor of “Winter/Verano 2018 Issue

Carla Zaccagnini is an artist and writer interested in how invisible forces become visible and the forms they assume when they do. Professor of Conceptual and Contextual Practices at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.

Amy Zion

Amy Zion is a curator and writer in New York City. Since Fall 2016, Zion is part-time faculty at CCS Bard College, where she co-edits the student-led online journal, accessions.org. Zion is co-organizing Frieze Talks 2018 with Tom Eccles and working on an exhibition at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (2019).