Dara Greenwald is a media artist, organizer, curator, and writer. Dara has participated in collaborative cultural production for many years including the Pink Bloque, United Victorian Workers, Spectres of Liberty and other groupings that resist being named. She recently completed a large-scale research project (with Josh MacPhee) about the cultural production of social movements that manifested in the exhibition: Signs of Change: Social Movement Cultures 1960s to Now.
Sarah Kanouse is an interdisciplinary artist examining citizenship, public space, landscape, and historical memory through arts practice, writing, and occasional curatorial work. Her work takes many forms, including web platforms and multimedia, print materials, group events, video, and radio transmissions. She often works collaboratively, most often with the Compass Group of the Midwest Radical Culture Corridor and with her partner, Nicholas Brown. She teaches in the Intermedia Program at the School of Art and Art History at the University of Iowa.