Andy Campbell is a critic, curator, educator, and historian of contemporary art and design with particular emphasis on U.S. identity-based political movements of the 20th and 21st centuries, their archives and afterlives. Recent monographs include Bound Together: Leather, Sex, Archives, and Contemporary Art, and Queer X Design. Together with Chelsea Weathers he co-edited the volume Jennifer West: Media Archaeology, and with Amelia Jones the catalog Queer Communion: Ron Athey—named one of “The Best Art Books of 2020” by The New York Times. Campbell’s essays and reviews have appeared in Artforum, Xtra, GLQ, Dress, The Invisible Archive, and Turbo, amongst others. His current book project examines the material and procedural effects of—and silences around—poverty in contemporary artistic practice in the United States. Campbell is Associate Professor of Critical Studies at USC’s Roski School of Art and Design, and he lives in Gardena, CA.
Tania June Sammons is a Savannah-based curator and writer whose passion for art, architecture, history, and culture has produced dozens of exhibitions and publications, including Beyond Utility: Pottery Created by Enslaved Hands, and The Art of Kahlil Gibra.
Christiane Paul is Professor at the School of Media Studies, The New School, and Curator of Digital Art at the Whitney Museum of American Art. She has written extensively on digital art and lectured internationally on art and technology. During her residency in 2013 she worked on the 3rd edition of her book Digital Art (Thames & Hudson, World of Art, 2015) and edited A Companion to Digital Art (Wiley Blackwell, 2016).
Peter Doroshenko is the Executive Director at the Dallas Contemporary. He has written or contributed to several books and numerous exhibition catalogues on artists’ work. In 2002, France awarded Doroshenko with the Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters.
Kristina Van Dyke received her Ph.D. in the History of Art and Architecture from Harvard University. She was curator for Collections and Research at the Menil Collection and the director of the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts. She is currently working independently.