CONTRIBUTORS
mary bergstein has been a professor at the Rhode Island School of Design
since 1990. Her books include Mirrors of Memory: Freud, Photography, and the
History of Art (2010) and In Looking Back One Learns to See: Marcel Proust and
Photography (2014). The author of scores of articles on art and visual culture,
her new work has taken a more subjective turn: “Hotel Michelangelo” in After-
image (2016) and “Palmyra and Palmyra,” in Arion: A Journal of Humanities and
the Classics (2016).
jonathan Fardy is a professor of Art History at the Savannah College of
Art and Design in Hong Kong. His research focuses on photography, political
theory, and subjectivity. He has published on nineteenth- century photography
as well as on the work of numerous theorists, including Walter Benjamin, Félix
Guattari, Jean Baudrillard, Peter Sloterdijk, and Carl Schmitt.
Kristan horton is a Canadian artist who has been widely recognized for
his conceptual photographic practice. He has shown his work internation-
ally in solo exhibitions at Work (London, 2016), White Columns (New York,
2008), and the Contemporary Art Gallery (Vancouver, 2007), among others,
and in a range of group exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto;
the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; Bard College’s Center for Curatorial
Studies, Annandale- on-Hudson; the Albright- Knox Gallery, Buffalo; and the
Power Plant, Toronto. He is the 2010 winner of the Aimia Photography Prize
from the Art Gallery of Ontario.
terri Kapsalis teaches in Visual and Critical Studies at the School of the Art
Institute of Chicago. She is the author of Jane Addams’ Travel Medicine Kit, The
Hysterical Alphabet, and Public Privates: Performing Gynecology from Both Ends of
the Speculum. Along with John Corbett and Anthony Elms, she coedited Travel-
ing the Spaceways: Sun Ra, the Astro Black, and Other Solar Myths and Pathways
to Unknown Worlds: Sun Ra, El Saturn, and Chicago’s Afro- futurist Underground
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