Austin Video Bee is a multimedia collective based in Austin, Texas. The founding members are: Elizabeth Abrams, Anna Krachey, Ivan Lozano, Rell Ohlson, Jill Pangallo, Corkey Sinks, Laura Turner, Kate Watson, Lee Webster and Jamie Wentz.
Amanda Douberley is currently researching a dissertation on the relationships between art, industry, urban planning and federal policy at mid-century in the United States as a Ph.D. candidate in art history at the University of Texas at Austin.
Caitlin Haskell is Associate Director of Fluent~Collaborative.
Michelle White is Assistant Curator at The Menil Collection, Houston, where she is organizing an exhibition called “Imaginary Spaces,” to open in August. She is a frequent contributor to Art Papers, and a regional editor of Art Lies.
Matthew L. Levy is a doctoral candidate at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts.
Mary Katherine Matalon is Coordinator of testsite, …might be good’s sister project.
Claire Ruud is Managing Editor of …might be good.
Nandita Sabnis is an intern at Fluent~Collaborative and a student of art history.