Credits

Wendy Atwell received her M.A. in Art History and Criticism from The University of Texas at San Antonio.

Nicole J. Caruth is a freelance writer and curator based in Brooklyn. A regular blogger for Art21, her writing has been published by the Studio Museum in Harlem, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, and Gastronomica. Her personal blog, Contemporary Confections, merges two of her greatest loves: art and sweet foodstuffs.

Katie Geha is pursuing a Ph.D. in Art History at The University of Texas at Austin.

Lyra Kilston is a writer living in New York. She is an editor at Modern Painters.

Walton Muyumba is a writer, critic, and professor living in Dallas. In 2009, the University of Chicago Press will publish his book, The Shadow and the Act: Black Intellectuals, Jazz Improvisation, and Philosophical Pragmatism. Muyumba is working on essays about the relationship between contemporary American fiction and visual arts.

Allison Myers is pursuing an M.A. in art history at The University of Texas at Austin.

George Pasterk is a freelance writer based in Austin.

Claire Ruud is Editor of ...might be good.

Rose Salseda is an intern at Fluent~Collaborative.

Blair Schulman, based in Kansas City, Missouri, has been a Contributing Writer to Review, Mid-America's visual art magazine, since 2002. He is also a contributor to Kansas City Home Design magazine.

Noah Simblist is an artist, writer and Assistant Professor of Art at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. His work explores the political role of the artist, the history of abstraction and the ideas of home, borders and exile in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Kate Watson is Coordinator of testsite and an assistant editor at ...might be good.

Lee Webster is an artist living and working in Austin, TX.

Nancy Zastudil moonlights as a curator based in Houston, TX, and currently works as Program Manager at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts at the University of Houston. She is cofounder of Slab, an exhibition method that collaboratively facilitates art projects and events.

Credits

Wendy Atwell received her M.A. in Art History and Criticism from The University of Texas at San Antonio.

Nicole J. Caruth is a freelance writer and curator based in Brooklyn. A regular blogger for Art21, her writing has been published by the Studio Museum in Harlem, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, and Gastronomica. Her personal blog, Contemporary Confections, merges two of her greatest loves: art and sweet foodstuffs.

Katie Geha is pursuing a Ph.D. in Art History at The University of Texas at Austin.

Lyra Kilston is a writer living in New York. She is an editor at Modern Painters.

Walton Muyumba is a writer, critic, and professor living in Dallas. In 2009, the University of Chicago Press will publish his book, The Shadow and the Act: Black Intellectuals, Jazz Improvisation, and Philosophical Pragmatism. Muyumba is working on essays about the relationship between contemporary American fiction and visual arts.

Allison Myers is pursuing an M.A. in art history at The University of Texas at Austin.

George Pasterk is a freelance writer based in Austin.

Claire Ruud is Editor of ...might be good.

Rose Salseda is an intern at Fluent~Collaborative.

Blair Schulman, based in Kansas City, Missouri, has been a Contributing Writer to Review, Mid-America's visual art magazine, since 2002. He is also a contributor to Kansas City Home Design magazine.

Noah Simblist is an artist, writer and Assistant Professor of Art at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. His work explores the political role of the artist, the history of abstraction and the ideas of home, borders and exile in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Kate Watson is Coordinator of testsite and an assistant editor at ...might be good.

Lee Webster is an artist living and working in Austin, TX.

Nancy Zastudil moonlights as a curator based in Houston, TX, and currently works as Program Manager at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts at the University of Houston. She is cofounder of Slab, an exhibition method that collaboratively facilitates art projects and events.

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