We are very pleased to welcome some good friends and past collaborators as our new blog contributors:

Jessica Williams (Oslo, Norway)
Jessica Williams is an interdisciplinary artist born in Alaska and more recently based in Brooklyn, NY. Currently she is pursing her MFA in Oslo, Norway. Her website Paperheart was online for a decade (2001 – 2011) and through it she has had her work featured in several international publications and has exhibited widely including solo shows in New York, Barcelona, and Malmö, Sweden. She also runs the small press NSEW through which she produces an array of unique objects and limited edition zines.

Anh Do (Los Angeles, CA)
Anh Do lives in Los Angeles and works all over the place. As part of PANic, she curates and produces music and fashion programming.

Adam O’Reilly (Brooklyn, NY)
Adam O’Reilly is from Halifax, Nova Scotia and currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. He contributes to a number of art publications and journals, maintains a studio art practice, takes photographs and plays guitar and sings in a touring indie band.

Jérémie Egry and Aurélien Arbet (Paris, France & Brooklyn NY)
Aurélien Arbet and Jérémie Egry were born in 1980 and 1979 respectively in Grenoble in France. Aurélien Arbet and Jérémie Egry have been working together since 1999. The two French artists travel between Paris and New York. In 1999, Aurélien Arbet and Jérémie Egry founded Hixsept, a project that blends tailoring and experimentation giving birth to new stories that are visualized through textile. In 2007, Aurélien Arbet and Jérémie Egry alongside others founded JSBJ – Je Suis une Bande de Jeunes – that supports and publish contemporary photography.

Saager Dilawri (Vancouver, Canada)
Saager Dilawri is originally from Ottawa, Canada, currently resides in Vancouver and runs Neighbour, a men’s shop with nice stuff in Gastown, Vancouver. Prior to moving to Vancouver, Saager spent time in New York attending Parsons School of Design and working at Unis New York.

Melinda Santillan (Mexico City, Mexico)
Melinda is trying to figure out a way to live in Tokyo, Canada and Mexico all at the same time.

Looking forward to your contributions.

Photo: JM

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