Lendl Barcelos & Sanna Blennow like to explore their finkers [thinking fingers] under strict time constraints while filming the action. They met online to write the 6th, 8th and 10th of January, dividing their hour in 20 + 10 + 20 + 10 minute chunks. A choreographic practice is teased out of their ongoing dialogue, also within movement & sonic imaginaries. Lendl & Sanna can be seen playing and laughing concrete language games.
James W. Hedges is an artist and writer based in Hong Kong. He is the coeditor of living in the future, a journal of science fiction and future topics.
Mimi Howard writes essays and lives in New York.
Ben Neufeld lives and makes videos in Los Angeles. He’s working on getting an MFA from CalArts.
Matt Orenstein is a Los Angeles-based composer and musician. His four pieces for Fungiculture, “Delivered,” “On Hold,” “Terpsichore,” and “Forget” serve as a musical companion to this issue in a way that’s either canine or feline, depending on your point of view and dander preference.
Serena Parr is a New York-based designer and creative technologist. She is currently a Masters Candidate at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program.
Emma Brown Sanders is a queer Philly poet originally from Chicago. You can find her work in Recreation League and Bedfellows. She co-hosts POETRY JAWNS: A Podcast with Alina Pleskova. You can hear it at poetryjawns.com.
Solomon Turner is an LA based filmmaker. He received his MFA in Film/Video from California Institute of the Arts and his BA in Cinema Studies from Oberlin College.