curator at El Museo del Barrio, NY, researches and exhibits modern and contemporary art of the Americas. Publications include essays for the MoMA and National Gallery, Nka, Art Nexus, Review, Small Axe, BOMB and American Art.
has been the arts advisor to the Regional Cultural Affairs Board of Martinique since 1987. She is also a founding member and current chairwoman of the South Caribbean section of Association Internationale des Critiques d’art (AICA – SC).
is a New York-based curator and writer. She is currently an adjunct professor in the Photography and Imagining Department in the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University (NYU).
teaches literature at Saint Louis University, Madrid. Her research includes historical memory in Caribbean literature and visual culture, personal modes of archiving history, and remembrance in artistic expression.
was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. Now based in Brooklyn, she holds an MFA from ICP-Bard College. She is also a BRIC Arts Media Fellow, developing scripted content for Brooklyn Cable Access Television.
is a retired senior lecturer in film in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Manchester Metropolitan University, England. His research interests lie in classical American cinema.
co-founded Aljira, A Center for Contemporary Art, NJ, where he curated Modern Life with Okwui Enwezor. He curated the US representation at the Cuenca Biennial, and has written for Flash Art.
is an art historian/curator and teaches at Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts, Kingston. She authored Picturing the Postcolonial Nation: (Inter) Nationalism in the Art of Jamaica (2013).
is a visual artist/writer from Brooklyn, NY. She founded Dodge & Burn, a blog profiling photographers of colour, and coedited How We Do Both: Art and Motherhood.
is a Los Angeles-based film writer and critic whose work has been featured in Slant Magazine and the Criterion Collection. He is currently working on a Cinema and Media Studies doctorate at UCLA.
is a part-time creative writing lecturer at Penn State-Abington. He is a graduate of the Temple University Creative Writing MFA programme, where he completed his first creative nonfiction work, Dispatches to America: A Route 66 Memoir.
completed her doctoral research in Cultural Studies at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine campus, Trinidad. She teaches in the Department of Creative and Festival Arts at UWI.
studied Dutch, literature and art history at the University of Amsterdam. He has published several books, essays, articles and columns in various art magazines, catalogues and newspapers. He lives and works in Amsterdam and Brooklyn, NY.
is a writer, artist and curator. She has contributed to BOMB magazine, and is currently procuring an MRes Visual Culture candidacy at Goldsmiths University. Her practise explores public remembrance and idolatry.
is a multidisciplinary artist and cultural producer based in New York. Through his work, Vadera explores the poetics of translation, and the politics of representation.