Aaron Fine, author of Dialogues on Color, is a gallery director, teacher, and artist. He is Professor of Art and Art Department Chair at Truman State University. Fine studied Spinoza and Painting at Ohio University (BFA, Painting), and art and drywall installation at Claremont Graduate University (MFA, Painting, 1996). Fine’s next book, Color Theory, is due out from Bloomsbury in 2019.
Dennis Doordan, author of Twentieth-Century Architecture, is an architectural historian, critic, museum consultant and co- editor of the journal Design Issues (MIT Press). He is on the faculty of the School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame and has published books and articles on a wide variety of topics dealing with twentieth century architecture and design.
Janelle Rebel is the Digital Curation and Special Collections Librarian at Ringling College of Art and Design. Her research activities include critical graphic design, visual lectures, experimental bibliography, artist’s publications (like Feminisms of the Upper Air), and exhibitions. Janelle studied Visual & Critical Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Library and Information Science at Dominican University, and Graphic Design at Ball State University.
Joseph G. Cruz, artist and author of the death of god left the angels in a strange place, is an interdisciplinary artist whose work examines how systems of data collection are mediated by research, and then disseminated into the larger culture. Science, technology, economics, media rhetoric, and other socio- political systems and ideologies are shown to mutually complexify, undermine, reinforce, and otherwise influence one another.
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