The Value of Artistic Labor

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Jane Philbrick is an artist, educator, and writer. Her large-scale installations and sculpture range in media from ultrasound and rammed earth to magnetic levitation and found space. She works in collaboration across disciplines in science and engineering, architecture, music, and performance.

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Livia Alexander is a curator, writer, and Chair of the Department of Art and Design at Montclair State University. Her work is focused on examining the relationship between art infrastructure and artistic production, urbanity, cultural politics of food and art, and contemporary art from the Middle East and Southeast Asia.

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Lawrence Lemaoana lived in the small mining town of Welkom before returning to Johannesburg to continue his studies. He went on to study for a Bachelors of Fine Art at the University of Johannesburg where he received his B-Tech Degree majoring in Fine Arts.

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Jianru Wu is a curator and writer based in Beijing. She worked as the senior editor of LEAP magazine from 2012 to 2017 and has organized talks, screenings and public programs since 2011. In 2017-2018, she was an editor for the “One Hand Clapping” exhibition publication at the Guggenheim Museum, New York.

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Tiago de Abreu Pinto is an independent curator based between Madrid and São Paulo whose practice is shaped by an ongoing dialogue with literature and philosophy. Previously gallery manager and director at NoguerasBlanchard, he is also the co-founder of the art magazine Revista Claves de Arte (Madrid), focused on contemporary art galleries.

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Born in Gaibandha, Bangladesh, Tayeba Begum Lipi did her MFA in 1993 at the Institute of Fine Art at the University of Dhaka. Tayeba has done a number of solo exhibitions and projects in Istanbul, London, Dhaka, NYC, Hong Kong and Delhi.
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