about the collaborators
mira dayal is an artist, editor, writer, and curator based in new york. she is a co-organizer of the residency program rehearsal, co-curator of the collaborative artist publication prompt:, founding editor of the journal of art criticism, and a regular contributor at artforum. her studio work often involves laborious play with language, material, and site, and has been shown at stndrd, gymnasium, lubov, nurtureart, nars foundation, abrons art center, and other spaces. current and upcoming exhibitions will be held at spencer brownstone gallery and kunstverein dresden. she has participated in residencies and intensives at the ox-bow school of art, art in general, and a.i.r. gallery, and has curated programs and exhibitions at artists alliance inc., cue art foundation, soho20, helena anrather, barnard college, and other spaces. she teaches at the international center of photography.
marina kassianidou lives and works between limassol, cyprus, and boulder, colorado, usa. she has a b.a. in studio art from stanford university, an m.a. in fine art from central saint martins college of art and design, london, uk, and a ph.d. in fine art from chelsea college of arts, london, uk. she has exhibited her work internationally. group exhibitions include mediterranea 16 young artists biennial (mole vanvitelliana, ancona, italy), tradition today (house of cyprus, athens, greece), ar(t)chaeology (nimac, nicosia, cyprus), wads (ars electronica 2020), and the immigrant artist biennial 2020 (new york, usa). she has had solo exhibitions at gloria gallery and thkio ppalies in nicosia, cyprus, the center for drawing, tenderpixel gallery, and chelsea college of arts in london, uk, north branch projects in chicago, illinois, yes ma’am projects in denver, colorado, and the moreau center for the arts in notre dame, indiana. she has been awarded fellowships at the virginia center for creative arts, hambidge center for creative arts and sciences, ragdale foundation, and residencia internacional de arte can serrat, among others. she is a recipient of the 2016 joan mitchell foundation painters and sculptors grant. she is assistant professor in art practices at the university of colorado boulder.