• Joanna Fiduccia
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    Joanna Fiduccia is an art historian and critic. Her research explores the relationship between aesthetics and ideology, centering around the intersection of sculpture and political theory in the modernist return to figuration. Co-founder and editor of the journal of art history apricota, she is the author of essays and reviews on contemporary art for publications including Artforum, East of Borneo, Spike, Even, and Parkett, as well as numerous catalogues. She lives in New Haven, where she is Assistant Professor in Modern European and American Art at Yale University.

    Kathryn Andrews: Censor or Surfeit

    castaneda/reiman: Lay of the Landscape

  • Stephanie Hanor
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    Stephanie Hanor is Assistant Dean and Director of Mills College Art Museum. Hanor has over 18 years of curatorial and arts administration experience. Her work emphasizes site-specific commissions and supports contemporary women artists, including projects with Sarah Oppenheimer, Trisha Brown, Frances Stark, Hung Liu, and Diana Al-Hadid. Prior to joining MCAM in 2009, she was the Senior Curator and Curatorial Department Head at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. Hanor received her PhD in Art History from the University of Texas at Austin.
  • Daniel Nevers
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    Nevers received an MFA in studio art from Mills College (‘08) and is currently executive director at the Berkeley Art Center. He has taught studio art and curated independent projects at colleges and galleries throughout the Bay Area.

    Introduction: A Brief History of Hiding in Plain Sight

  • Anne Lesley Selcer
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    Anne Lesley Selcer is the author of Blank Sign Book, a book of essays on art. Sun Cycle, winner of the First Poetry Book Award, is forthcoming in September, 2019 from the Cleveland State University Poetry Center. Anne Lesley writes about images, form, beauty, invisibility, formlessness, abjection, political emotion. Recently, she’s written on Juliana Huxtable, Ana Mendieta, Janet Cardiff, Ragnar Kjartansson, Dolores Dorantes, Etel Adnan and Ronaldo Wilson. She created and curated the innovative Chroma Reading Series for text based artists, poets and researchers when she lived in Vancouver, British Columbia. More art writing can be found in Art Practical, Hyperallergic, Fillip and the Cica Museum’s New Media Art 2017: Back to Nature, as well as in catalogs and monographs for the Dietch Projects, the Or gallery and Center A among others.

    Dario Robleto: The Heart is a Metaphor, But Also Not

    Weston Teruya: The Potted Plants of our Undoing