Jul / Aug 2021
Isabelle Sully (b. 1991) is an artist, writer, and editor. Working with feminist histories in mind, she takes the mechanisms and materiality of administration as the main focus within her work, developing conceptual projects that span experimental writing, performance, and publishing. She currently lives in Rotterdam where she is the founding editor of Unbidden Tongues—an imprint of Publication Studio through which she has published the work of Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt, Karen Brodine and Adrian Piper. Her involvement with the administrative sphere of institutional practice also plays out in her current engagement at Kunstverein, Amsterdam.
Mar / Apr 2021
Quinn Latimer is a California-born writer whose work often explores feminist economies of writing, reading, and moving-image production. Her books include Like a Woman: Essays, Readings, Poems (2017), Sarah Lucas: Describe This Distance (2013), and Rumored Animals (2012). Her writings appear in Artforum, frieze, The Paris Review, and The White Review, and she has recently contributed catalogue texts for artists Thea Djordjadze, Mario García Torres, Ute Müller, Magali Reus, and Rachel Rose. She is a lecturer at Art Institute, in Basel, where, with Chus Martínez, she organizes a biannual symposia series on questions of gender, language, social justice, and artistic practice. Latimer was editor-in-chief of publications for documenta 14 in Athens and Kassel.