Credits

Editors

Claire Ruud is Editor of ...might be good and Associate Coordinator of testsite.

Kate Watson is Coordinator of testsite and Associate Editor of ...might be good.

Katie Anania is a curatorial researcher at Fluent~Collaborative and an assistant editor at ...might be good.

Rose Salseda is an intern at Fluent~Collaborative.

Staff Writers

Dan Boehl lives in Austin, where he is working on a post-petroleum children's novel.

Rachel Cook is an artist, writer, and independent curator currently living in Austin. She is currently working on a show for DiverseWorks in 2009.

Lauren Hamer is a freelance writer and graduate student at The University of Texas at Austin. She's particularly interested in the intersection of art and architecture with regard to early avant-garde movements, critical theory and contemporary practice.

Mary Katherine Matalon is pursuing her Ph.D. in history at The University of Texas at Austin.

Writers

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

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.

Credits

Editors

Claire Ruud is Editor of ...might be good and Associate Coordinator of testsite.

Kate Watson is Coordinator of testsite and Associate Editor of ...might be good.

Katie Anania is a curatorial researcher at Fluent~Collaborative and an assistant editor at ...might be good.

Rose Salseda is an intern at Fluent~Collaborative.

Staff Writers

Dan Boehl lives in Austin, where he is working on a post-petroleum children's novel.

Rachel Cook is an artist, writer, and independent curator currently living in Austin. She is currently working on a show for DiverseWorks in 2009.

Lauren Hamer is a freelance writer and graduate student at The University of Texas at Austin. She's particularly interested in the intersection of art and architecture with regard to early avant-garde movements, critical theory and contemporary practice.

Mary Katherine Matalon is pursuing her Ph.D. in history at The University of Texas at Austin.

Writers

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

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.

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