Credits

Angela Ahlgren is a Ph.D. student in Performance as Public Practice at The University of Texas at Austin, where she studies Asian American and queer performance. She is also a taiko performer, and has begun working on her dissertation on women and taiko drumming in the U.S.

Nicole J. Caruth is a freelance writer and curator based in Brooklyn , New York . She is a frequent blogger for Art21. Her personal blog, Contemporary Confections, merges two of her greatest loves: art and sweet foodstuffs.

Elizabeth Chiles is a photographer and lives in Austin, Texas.

Jessica Del Vecchio completed her M.A. in Performance as Public Practice at The University of Texas at Austin this spring, and will return to New York City this summer to pursue a Ph.D. in Theatre at the City University of New York. Her research interests include queer and feminist theory, contemporary avant-garde performance, and American popular culture.

Katie Geha is pursuing a Ph.D. in art history at The University of Texas at Austin.

Ivan Lozano is a video artist, writer and blogger currently living in Austin, Texas. He is the former programming director of the Cinematexas International Short Film Festival and a current member of the Austin Video Bee.

Mary Katherine Matalon is Coordinator of testsite, ...might be good's sister project.

Wura-Natasha Ogunji is a visual and performance artist. She is a materialist in the purest sense of the word, and thus finds herself, in this lifetime, in love with thread.

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

Nandita Sabnis is an intern for Fluent~Collaborative.

Kate Watson lives and works in Austin, Texas. She is a founding member of the Austin Video Bee.

Credits

Angela Ahlgren is a Ph.D. student in Performance as Public Practice at The University of Texas at Austin, where she studies Asian American and queer performance. She is also a taiko performer, and has begun working on her dissertation on women and taiko drumming in the U.S.

Nicole J. Caruth is a freelance writer and curator based in Brooklyn , New York . She is a frequent blogger for Art21. Her personal blog, Contemporary Confections, merges two of her greatest loves: art and sweet foodstuffs.

Elizabeth Chiles is a photographer and lives in Austin, Texas.

Jessica Del Vecchio completed her M.A. in Performance as Public Practice at The University of Texas at Austin this spring, and will return to New York City this summer to pursue a Ph.D. in Theatre at the City University of New York. Her research interests include queer and feminist theory, contemporary avant-garde performance, and American popular culture.

Katie Geha is pursuing a Ph.D. in art history at The University of Texas at Austin.

Ivan Lozano is a video artist, writer and blogger currently living in Austin, Texas. He is the former programming director of the Cinematexas International Short Film Festival and a current member of the Austin Video Bee.

Mary Katherine Matalon is Coordinator of testsite, ...might be good's sister project.

Wura-Natasha Ogunji is a visual and performance artist. She is a materialist in the purest sense of the word, and thus finds herself, in this lifetime, in love with thread.

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

Nandita Sabnis is an intern for Fluent~Collaborative.

Kate Watson lives and works in Austin, Texas. She is a founding member of the Austin Video Bee.

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