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Erica Cardwell & Charlotte Kent in Conversation

Join us Wednesday, May 3rd via Instagram live as Charlotte Kent and Erica N. Cardwell discuss their contributions from our Spring 2023 issue, Artificial Intelligence.

Erica N. Cardwell is a writer and educator currently based in Toronto. She is the recipient of a 2021 Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant in support of her first book, Wrong Is Not My Name: Notes on (Black) Art. Her writing has appeared in ARTS.BLACK, Artsy, Art in America, frieze, BOMB, The Believer, The Brooklyn Rail, C Magazine, Studio Magazine, and other publications. Most recently, her writing is included in the anthology Track Changes: A Handbook for Art Criticism. Wrong Is Not My Name: Notes on (Black) Art will be published by The Feminist Press in March 2024.

Charlotte Kent PhD is associate professor of visual culture at Montclair State University and an arts writer. Writing for numerous magazines and journals, she is an editor at large for The Brooklyn Rail, and is co-editor (with Katherine Guinness) of Contemporary Absurdities, Existential Crises, and Visual Art (forthcoming, Intellect Books). She is a graduate of the CUNY Graduate Center, St. John’s College, Phillips Academy Andover, and The Writers Institute.