site specific





Katherine Behar

Katherine Behar is an interdisciplinary artist whose works exploring gender and labor in digital culture have appeared throughout North America and Europe. The Pera Museum in Istanbul presented her 2016 survey exhibition and catalog, Katherine Behar: Data's Entry | Veri Girişi. Her 2014 solo exhibition and catalog, Katherine Behar: E-Waste, premiered at the University of Kentucky before traveling to Boston Cyberarts Gallery. Behar is the editor of Object-Oriented Feminism, coeditor of And Another Thing: Nonanthropocentrism and Art, and author of Bigger than You: Big Data and Obesity. She is associate professor of new media arts at Baruch College, CUNY.


Jessie Chaffee

Jessie Chaffee is the author of the debut novel Florence in Ecstasy (Unnamed Press, 2017). She was awarded a Fulbright grant to Italy to complete the novel. Her writing has been published in Literary Hub, The RumpusElectric LiteratureSlice, and Global City Review, among others. She lives in New York City and is an editor at Words Without Borders, an online magazine of international literature in translation.


Lynne DeSilva-Johnson

Lynne DeSilva-Johnson is a nonbinary artist and scholar, striving to make, facilitate, document, and archive radical, experimental work and process material across genres. In 2012 she founded the arts organization and press, The Operating System, with this mission. Lynne is the author of GROUND, blood atlas, Overview Effect, and In Memory of Feasible Grace, and co-author of A GUN SHOW with Adam Sliwinski/Sō Percussion. She is co-editor of the anthologies RESIST MUCH, OBEY LITTLE: Inaugural Poems for the Resistance, and In Corpore Sano: Creative Practice and the Challenged Body. Lynne is a visiting assistant professor at Pratt, Libraries Editor at Boog City, and a maker of zines and art books. She performs and publishes widely.

Gaya Sriskanthan

Gaya Sriskanthan is a climate justice activist and has spent the last 15 years working internationally for organizations such as WWF and the United Nations. She currently splits her time between working for the United Nations on indigenous rights projects and local climate change activism in New York. She is also deeply interested in (and has written about) cooperatives, credit unions and other forms of collective ownership and how these have the potential to help solve the climate crisis.

Twitter @gayasktn





Joke supplied by Rachel Ostrow