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Clifford Owens’ art has appeared in numerous exhibitions. His solo exhibitions include “Better the Rebel You Know” Cornerhouse, Manchester, England (2014) and “Perspectives 173: Clifford Owens” Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (2011); his group exhibitions include “Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art” Contemporary Arts Museum (2012). Clifford’s project “Anthology” (2011-2012) was the subject of a solo exhibition at MoMA PS1 and his first book. He studied at The School of.. Read More


Nicolas Moulin (born in 1970, lives and works in Berlin) works with film and photographed images to build a universe that evokes visions unique to science fiction literature and film. Using digital procedures to “empty Paris” of all signs of life, or changing perspectives to transform architecture into desert-like platforms (Novomond), Moulin’s images use their hallucinogenic qualities to percolate through the mental representations that the Western world has constructed of.. Read More


Barry Loewer is a Philosopher of Science interested in what physics says about the nature of fundamental reality, especially the nature of time and the metaphysics of scientific laws and probabilities. He received his BA from Amherst College and his PhD from Stanford, and he has taught at the University of South Carolina, University of Michigan and then at Rutgers University, where he has been for the last 25 years… Read More


Sandra Laugier is Professor of Philosophy at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Paris, France, and Senior member of Institut Universitaire de France. She has been the Deputy Director of the Institut des Sciences Humaines et Sociales, CNRS since 2010. Laugier is the translator of Stanley Cavell’s work in French and is specialized in Ordinary Language Philosophy, Ethics, American Philosophy (Cavell, Emerson, Thoreau) and gender studies (Ethics of care). She is the.. Read More


Thierry Costesèque was born in Saigon, Vietnam in 1970. He graduated from the National School for Fine Arts of Paris in 1994, and since 2010, he lives and works in and around Paris. Represented by the Eric Dupont gallery in Paris, Costosèque’s recent work has featured at conferences and in publications at the Tate Modern and ESACM. Last year his works were shown in France and around the world, notably.. Read More


David Colosi’s Three-Dimensional Literature projects have been exhibited in Brussels at Galerie Catherine Bastide, New York at Cueto Project and Rennes at FRAC Bretagne. He has been a recent artist-in-residence at Pioneer Works in Brooklyn, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council on Governors Island and Le Centre Du Monde in Belle-Ile, France. In 2009 he received the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award. His books include Imaginary Numbers and Other Calculated Fictions,.. Read More


Ofri Cnaani is an artist and educator. Cnaani’s solo exhibitions and performances include: Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC; PS1/MoMA, NYC; BMW Guggenheim Lab, NYC; The Fisher Museum of Art, L.A.; Twister, Network of Lombardy Contemporary Art Museums, Italy; Kunsthalle Galapagos, NYC; Andrea Meislin Gallery, NYC; Braverman Gallery, Tel Aviv; Pack Gallery, Milan; Haifa Museum of Art, Israel; Herzlyia Museum of Art, Israel. Group exhibitions include: Moscow Biennial; The Kitchen, NYC;.. Read More


Manuel Cirauqui is a writer and curator based in New York. He currently works at Dia Art Foundation, where he has organized the lecture series Monuments, Monumentality, Monumentalization (2013-ongoing), and Iñaki Bonillas’s web project Words and Photos (2014). He is also an adjunct lecturer at the Rhode Island School of Design, and the producer of the radio program §ympo§ium on WGXC 90.7 FM.   Performance: Discothèque philosophique feat. Iván Navarro Discothèque philosophique.. Read More


Matthew Caws is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist. He is best known as the lead vocalist, guitarist and songwriter of the pop rock band Nada Surf, formed almost twenty years ago. They are currently finishing work on their seventh studio album. He collaborated with Juliana Hatfield in 2013 for one album as Minor Alps. Matthew was born and raised in Manhattan and splits his time now between Brooklyn and.. Read More


French artist Julien Bismuth (*1973, lives in New York and Paris) works at the interface of visual art and literature. Most of his work builds on texts found or penned by the artist. Bismuth’s approach combines words with objects, photographs and film material, integrating them within collages, installations, performances, and video works. Bismuth also founded an independent publishing house Devonian Press together with Jean-Pascal Flavien in 2005. He has recently.. Read More