Bridget Reweti is an artist and curator from Ngāti Ranginui and Ngāi Te Rangi in Tauranga Moana, Aotearoa New Zealand. She is the 2020–21 Frances Hodgkins Fellow at Otago University, co-edits ATE Journal of Māori Art and has a collaborative practice with Mata Aho Collective.
Shiraz Bayjoo's practice explores the socio-political and historical conditions integral to Mauritian cultural identity and the wider Indian Ocean region. Working with vernacular histories, critical texts, public collections, and archives that culminate in a multidisciplinary practice, Bayjoo’s works consider the language of race, decolonization, and the entangled legacies of European colonialism.
Arjuna Neuman was born on an airplane, that’s why he has two passports. He is an artist, filmmaker, and writer. With recent presentations at: CCA Glasgow; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Manifesta 10, Marseille; Showroom Gallery, London; TPW Gallery, Toronto; Forum Expanded, Berlinale; Jameel Art Centre, Dubai; and Berlin Biennial 10, Germany, amongst others. As a writer, he has published essays in Relief Press, Into the Pines Press, The Journal for New Writing, VIA Magazine, Concord, Art Voices, Flaunt, LEAP, Hearings, and e-flux.
Dr. Denise Ferreira da Silva is an academic and practicing artist. Her work addresses the ethico-political challenges of the global present. She is the author of Toward a Global Idea of Race (University of Minnesota Press, 2007), Unpayable Debt (Stenberg/MIT Press, 2021), and co-editor (with Paula Chakravartty) of Race, Empire, and the Crisis of the Subprime (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013). Her several articles have been published in leading interdisciplinary journals. Her artistic works includes the films Serpent Rain (2016) and 4Waters-Deep Implicancy (2018), in collaboration with Arjuna Neuman; and the relational art practices "Poethical Readings" and "Sensing Salon", in collaboration with Valentina Desideri. She has exhibited and lectured at major art venues and written for publications for major art events.