Frazer Ward is Assistant Professor of Art History at the Maryland Institute, College of Art, Baltimore. He has taught at a number of other institutions including Bryn Mawr College, Stanford University, and the University of Western Sydney. He is a member of the editorial board of Documents, and writes for such journals and magazines as Frieze, October and Parkett.
Mark C. Taylor is Cluett Professor of Humanities at Williams College, Massachusetts, and the co-founder of the Global Education Network. His books include Disfiguring: Art, Architecture and Religion (1992) and The Moment of Complexity: Emerging Network Culture (2001). He contributes regularly to journals and books on philosophy, religion, art, architecture and technology.
Jennifer Bloomer is a Principal of Jennifer Bloomer/Robert Segrest architecture in Athens, Georgia. She is the author of Architecture and the Text: The (S)crypts of Joyce and Piranesi (1993), and has been published widely in journals of art, architecture and critical theory. She has written for numerous catalogues including Louise Bourgeois: Memory and Architecture (2000) and Cristina Inglesias (2000).
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