Quinn Latimer is a poet, art critic, and editor from California whose work often explores feminist economies of writing, reading, and image production. Her books include Like a Woman: Essays, Readings, Poems (Sternberg Press, 2017); Stories, Myths, Ironies, and Other Songs: Conceived, Directed, Edited, and Produced by M. Auder, coedited with Adam Szymczyk (Sternberg Press, 2014); Sarah Lucas: Describe This Distance (Mousse Publishing, 2013); Film as a Form of Writing: Quinn Latimer Talks to Akram Zaatari (WIELS/Motto Books, 2013); and Rumored Animals (Dream Horse Press, 2012). Her writings and readings have been featured in exhibitions at REDCAT, Los Angeles; Serpentine Galleries, London; CRAC Alsace, Altkirch, France; the German Pavilion of the Venice Architecture Biennale, Italy; and will appear in the Sharjah Biennial 13, Part 2, in Beirut in October 2017. She is editor-in-chief of publications for documenta 14 in Athens and Kassel.
Kate Zambreno is the author of a few books, most recently Book of Mutter (Semiotext(e)’s Native Agents). She is at work on a series about time, memory, and the persistence of art, including Drifts, forthcoming from Harper Perennial, and To Write As If Already Dead, a book on Hervé Guibert’s To the Friend Who Did Not Save My Life for the ReReadings series for Columbia University Press. She teaches at Columbia University and Sarah Lawrence College.