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October, 2013

Gudrun Barenbrock, Sarah Sander, Leslie Brack, Aaron Hodges, Lincoln Michel, Jonathan Skinner

Gudrun Barenbrock

(born in Germany, lives in Cologne) is a painter and video artist. She studied painting at the Art Academies in Duesseldorf and Muenster, where she attended receiving her MFA and “Meisterschueler” certificate. From 2005 to 2006, she was a visiting professor at the Art Academy Muenster. Since 2004, she has worked with video and new media. Her multi-channel installations are often space-related and developed in collaboration with musicians and performing artists. Her latest work for “punchcard music” was commissioned by the international electronic festival “Acht Bruecken – Musik fur Koeln 2013”. Numerous grants and residencies include Millay Colony for the… more »

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Leslie Brack

Ithaca, NY – Leslie Brack has an MFA in Painting from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has exhibited and/or curated in galleries such as Momenta Art, Plus Ultra, Jousse Seguin, White Columns, Schroeder Romero, and Winkleman Gallery. She has received residency fellowships from the Corporation of Yaddo and the Ucross Foundation.

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Aaron Hodges

Brooklyn, NY – “From 2010 to 2011, I was the singer and songwriter for the band Holy Spirits. We self-released our first EP in 2010 and released our second via Father Daughter Records in 2011. In its various line-ups as a two, three and five piece band, we played nearly 40 shows. In 2011 we toured California and the East Coast, played at the South by Southwest Festival, and released seven music videos in collaboration with various animators and directors.I have created original sound and music scores for dance artists, student and independent shorts, including the video art short “A… more »

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Lincoln Michel

Brooklyn, NY – Lincoln Michel’s fiction and essays appear in Tin House, NOON, Paris Review Daily, The Believer, Indiana Review, Oxford American, and elsewhere. He is a founding editor of Gigantic, a New York based magazine of art and literature. He has received writing fellowships from the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and Columbia University, where he received an MFA in fiction writing in 2009. In addition to writing and editing, he teaches creative writing and composition at Baruch College and Columbia University.

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Sarah Sander

Brooklyn, NY – Sarah has seen her work developed and/or produced at the Kennedy Center, LARK New Play Development Center, DC Arts Center, Florida Studio Theatre, Inkwell Theatre, University of Iowa, the Hatchery Festival and Project Y in association with Middlebury College. She’s been named a finalist for Juilliard’s Lila Acheson Playwriting Fellowship, The Playwrights’ Center Jerome Fellowship, Clubbed Thumb’s Biennial Commision, P73’s Playwriting Fellowship, WordBridge Playwrights’ Lab, the Actors Theatre of Louisville’s Heideman Award and designated a semi-finalist for the O’Neill Playwrights’ Conference, Ars Nova Playgroup and Bay Area Playwrights’ Festival. Honors also include nominations for the Susan Smith… more »

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Jonathan Skinner

Bowdoinham ME – University of Nebraska Kearney Literary Crane Fellow (March, 2011), Publications: Birds of Tifft (Buffalo, NY: BlazeVox, 2011), Warblers (San Francisco: Albion Books, 2010), With Naked Foot (Buffalo, NY: Little Scratch Pad Editions, 2009), Political Cactus Poems (Long Beach, CA: Palm Press, 2005).  Translations: In Praise of Vagabonds (selections) by Gilles Clément. Qui Parle 19.2 (Spring/Summer 2011).  Guest editor, Interim Magazine, Ecopoetics feature: “Offshore: Poetics, Catastrophe, Peak Oil.” Summer 2011.  Ed., designer and publisher, ecopoetics, nos. 1-7 (2001-present)

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