The Interjection Calendar
Vei Darling is a first generation Liberian-American multidisciplinary artist and activist, who grew up in the D(M)V. Vei moved to New York City when she was 17, and began an intense path of spiritual reconfiguration. Vei positions herself within social justice and humanitarianism, whilst being infused with magick and spirituality. Her ultimate desire is to subvert the current paradigm in lieu of one that respects and reflects life, love, and the pursuit of happiness.
James Lawrence Slattery
Love 2 Hate You: Jouissance Between Identity and Captital
James Lawrence Slattery is an artist, critic and academic living and working in London. They hold an undergraduate degree in Fine Art from Goldsmiths, University of London and a masters in Film Aesthetics from St Anne’s College, University of Oxford. They write a regular film and art review blog www.tobereel.wordpress.com.
The White Pube
B2B OBJ// SUBJ// ECTIVITY
The White Pube is the collaborative identity of Zarina Muhammad and Gabrielle de la Puente under which they write criticism and occasionally curate. The White Pube is based at thewhitepube.com and on Twitter and Instagram as @thewhitepube.
The Maximum Softness Capable of being exerted by all Machinery
Porpentine Charity Heartscape is a writer, game designer, and dead swamp milf in Oakland. Her work includes xenofemme scifi/fantasy, cursed videogames, and globe-spanning sentient slime molds. She has exhibited at the 2017 Whitney Biennial, EMP Museum, and the National Gallery of Denmark, and been commissioned by Vice and Rhizome.
Now That I'm A Person
Daisy Parris was born in Kent, 1993. She graduated from Goldsmiths in 2014. She currently lives and works in South London. Daisy Parris’ work raises questions about identity politics as well as the limits of what it means to be human and how we identify as human. By using various formats such as portraiture, room scapes and text she focusses on identity struggles as well as the worry, guilt, numbness and the violent encounters of everyday existence.
Harmony Grunge (b. 2012, Germany) writes the rails between Brussels and Ostend. Always there and never present, she has been used for many different porpoises, but mainly enjoys a fast cheap vacation and badly made buns.
Notes For Damaged Gods
Penny Goring lives in London. She makes things. http://pgorig.tumblr.com/
Love Letters I Never Sent
Sarah Gail is a multi-platform, pansexual, panromatic artist with a lust for life that goes unrivaled. She is most well known for her introspective and equally thought provoking poems & performances. Much of her work takes an intersectional feminist approach illuminating issues and experiences of race, gender, class and sexuality. Her most recent works include a zine entitled "Racial Disparity & the Plight of the African American Female" with an accompanying short film and a tape produced by Coolworld which showcase Sarah's artistic prose & views on the world.
2)Extrajudicial Killing 5)What did I do to deserve this?
These two pamphlets are taken from an ongoing series entitled E.A.R.F. The series transposes original fictionalised biographies with appropriated text and images. Each pamphlet dramatizes an instant in which disparate subjectivities appear, relate, contradict, and attempt to coexist. Inconsistent realities from around the world are placed alongside one another to form a picture of the fallout, failures and flatulence of global capitalism. Adam Gallagher lives in London and works in performance, writing and sculpture.
Aaron Lehman & Thomas Laprade
Vats of the Storied Sun
Aaron Lehman (b. 1989, US) and Thomas Laprade (b. 1991, US) live and work in New York City. They use ceramic, sculpture, text and 3D modeling to address questions of progress and how it has taken form in art and science throughout history.
When the Present Moment Gets Lost in the Desert
Hans-Christian Dany (*1966) lives in Hamburg and writes in the morning. Recent books had been Speed. Eine Gesellschaft auf Drogen (Speed. A society on drugs, 2008), Morgen werde ich Idiot. Kybernetik und Kontrollgesellschaft (Tomorrow I will become an Idiot. Cybernetics and the society of control, 2013) and Schneller als die Sonne. Aus den rasenden Stillstand in eine unbekannte Zukunft. (Faster than the sun. Leaving the frantic still to an unknown future, 2015).
Ruth Angel Edwards
Insurrection Sunrise / A New Light on the Emergency
Ruth Angel Edwards is a multimedia artist whose work explores the communication of ideology through pop culture, drawing from mainstream and subcultural youth movements both past and present. She studied Fine Art at Central Saint Martins and currently lives and works in London. Her work has been exhibited in the UK and internationally at Arcadia Missa, Auto Italia South East , Tate Modern, London; FACT, Royal Standard, Liverpool; Human Resources, Los Angeles; MEYOHAS Gallery, New York; Plymouth Arts Centre.
Tiziana La Melia
Tiziana La Melia was born in Palermo (Italy, 1982). She is a writer and artist who lives and works as a guest on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw, Stó:l?, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples (Vancouver). Recent and upcoming exhibitions include Ambivalent Pleasures, Vancouver Art Gallery (Vancouver); Domestic Like a Pre-raphaelite Brotherhood, Truth and Consequences (Geneva); Johnny Suede, Damien and the Love Guru (Brussels); Broom Emotion, galerie anne baurrault (Paris); The Kamias Triennale (Philippines). Her poetry and criticism has appeared in Art21, The Organism for Poetic Research, The Capilano Review, Letters to the Editor, The LA Review of Books, C Magazine and West Coast Line.
Selected Performance Texts And Thoughts On Sluttery And Fuckery
Liv Fontaine is an artist, writer and performer from Southampton, UK where she lives and works.. Her practice explores and dissects ideas associated with power, pleasure and failure within relationships. Focusing on strident stereotypes and inappropriate appropriations, she pursues truth and emotion in absurdity presented as normality -specifically relating to sex, agency and the gendered history of art.
In the Apartment of Divine Love
James Loop writes and lives in New York City.
Productive Mimesis and 'parler-femme': A Theory Towards Becoming A Siren
Rosanna McNamara is an artist and writer based in London. She was awarded the Hanson Prize for Philosophy of Religion by King's for her masters thesis titled '(Re)claiming the Cyborg: an investigation into feminist prophecies of gendered technological embodiment in female contemporary performance art, with specific reference to Donna Haraway's 'A Cyborg Manifesto' (1985)'. Her research often centers around feminist theory and politics, particularly Luce Irigaray and Donna Haraway, and her current practice explores modes of embodiment in vocal performances that make use of lip-syncing and karaoke.