Francesca Capone is an artist working at the confluence of visual art and literature. Her most recent exhibition, Oblique Archive at Peninsula Art Space in Brooklyn was reviewed by The Brooklyn Rail and The Wild Magazine. She is currently collaborating with Kristen Mueller on a web-based project called Scroll-i-n-g, included in HQHQ Portland’s publication The Pain Quitodian. Recent work has been published by Gauss PDF and Petrella’s Imports. Her work will be included in the forthcoming anthology The New Concrete (Hayward, 2015). She is currently completing an MFA in Interdisciplinary Writing at Brown University.
Miriam Atkin is a writer and performance artist based in New York City. Her work has been largely concerned with the possibilities of poetry as an oral medium in conversation with avant-garde film, music and dance. Since 2010, she has collaborated with artist Kurt Ralske on various multimedia experiments combining poetry with the moving image, including their 2011 artists’ book, Rediscovering German Futurism: 1920-1929. Miriam regularly contributes art criticism to Art in America and ArtCritical, and her poetry has been published in the Boog City Reader and This Image journal. She is pursuing a PhD in English at CUNY Graduate Center and teaches writing and literature at Lehman College.