Triple Canopy has worked with several hundred writers, artists, researchers, activists, architects, curators, educators, lawyers, scientists, and other outstanding people whose accomplishments cannot be circumscribed by profession and whose value cannot be expressed in list form. We are extraordinarily grateful to them.

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Keller Easterling

Keller Easterling is an architect, urbanist, and writer and an associate professor at the Yale School of Architecture. Her work has been widely published in journals such as Artforum, Domus, Grey Room, and Cabinet. Her work has been exhibited at the Rotterdam Biennale, the Queens Museum, and the Architectural League. Her latest book is Enduring Innocence: Global Architecture and Its Political Masquerades (MIT, 2005). Website

Alexandra Economou

Alexandra Economou is a collector and curator. With her father George Economou, she advises and curates the George Economou Collection, a private collection located in Athens, Greece. Alexandra is a founding member of the Museum of Cycladic Art Young Patrons Committee, a museum located in Athens, as well as a partner at VIA Art Fund, which supports visionary initiatives in art. She currently serves on both the Director’s Circle and Development Committee of Chisenhale Gallery, London; Friends of Swiss Institute U.S. Committee; and the Tate Young Patrons committee, among others. Economou was a member of Triple Canopy’s Publishers Circle before joining the Board, in addition to having supported our annual benefit. In 2013, she earned an MA in Visual Arts Administration from NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.  

Adrienne Edwards

Adrienne Edwards is a curator, scholar, and writer of performance with a focus on artists of the African diaspora and the Global South. She is a PhD candidate in performance studies, the associate curator for Performa Inc., and curator-at-large for Third Streaming. Edwards’s curatorial projects include Rashid Johnson’s first live work, Dutchman, Dave McKenzie’s All the King’s horses…none of his men, and Clifford Owens’s Five Days Worth, among others.  

Brent Hayes Edwards

Brent Hayes Edwards  

Felipe Ehrenberg

Felipe Ehrenberg is a conceptual artist who was born in and recently returned to Mexico City. He began his artistic career as a painter and draughtsman, and his early mentors included muralist José Chávez Morado and avant-garde artist Mathias Goeritz. In the late 1960s he co-founded Beau Geste Press, which published the work of Fluxus artists. In the mid-1970s he was instrumental in the Grupos movement, which hinged on the production of alternative publications. In the 1980s Ehrenberg led self-publishing workshops for artists, students, and teachers in Mexico, giving them the tools to publish works that reflected the needs and interests of Mexico’s distinct regions; he established H2O Talleres de Comunicación, which helped create hundreds of community presses throughout Mexico. Many of Ehrenberg's recent works reflect the ways in which art is generated or consumed in digital, networked environments.  

Nina Sun Eidsheim

Nina Sun Eidsheim is a professor of musicology at the University of California, Los Angeles. She’s the author of Sensing Sound: Singing and Listening as Vibrational Practice and The Race of Sound: Listening, Timbre, and Vocality in African American Music, to be published by Duke University Press in early 2019.  

Tor Eigeland

Tor Eigeland is a writer and photographer. His work has been published in Fortune, Time, Newsweek, Smithsonian Magazine, the New York Times, and Saudi Aramco World. He has also worked on eleven books with the National Geographic Society. Website

Lina Ekdahl

Lina Ekdahl is a poet and dramatist. Born in 1964, she lives in Gothenburg, Sweden. She has published eight poetry and children’s books, and has written for radio, magazines, and newspapers. In addition, she writes plays for both children and adults, poems for dance theaters, and librettos for choirs. She has given readings and performed her work around the world.  

Elevator Repair Service

Elevator Repair Service is a theater ensemble that was founded by director John Collins and a group of actors in 1991. At MoMA PS1, ERS presents a sneak preview of a new collaboration with installation artists Ben Rubin and Mark Hansen. They will playfully mine several of their past shows—including the acclaimed Gatz, a six-hour enactment of The Great Gatsby—and reimagine the material as it falls apart and reforms itself into unexpected new scenes. The work will feature Mike Iveson Jr., Vin Knight, Scott Shepherd, Susie Sokol, Victoria Vazquez, and Ben Williams. Website

Seth Erickson

Seth Erickson is a developer for Triple Canopy and the Software Curation Fellow at Penn State University Libraries. Website

Jaider Esbell

Jaider Esbell was a Makuxi artist and activist from Brazil’s ​​Roraima state who died in 2021. His work has been exhibited at the 2022 Venice Biennale; the Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo; and the 2021 São Paulo Biennial, among many other venues in and beyond Brazil. Website

Mark Essen

Mark Essen makes video games. Since 2008, his work has been featured in group exhibitions at venues such as the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art in Toronto, Canada and Light Industry, Brooklyn. His work is currently on view at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York. Website

Jan Estep

Jan Estep is an artist, writer, and educator. She explores the relationship between mind, behavior, and visual expression, with particular interest in the relationship between sensory experience and conceptual thought. She is an associate professor of art at the University of Minnesota. Website

Roe Ethridge

Roe Ethridge is a photographer who has shown extensively in the United States and internationally. He was included in the Whitney Biennial in 2008, and in 2010 was in the New Photography show at MoMA and the “Les Recontres D’Arles Photography Show.” He was recently short-listed for the Deutsche-Börse Prize for Photography. Website

Megan Ewing

Megan Ewing is a lecturer in the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She received her Ph.D. in German from Princeton University in 2017. Her work has appeared in Telephone Journal, the Journal of the Kafka Society of America, and Brain.