Gregory Zinman is an Assistant Professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His writing on film and media has appeared in The New Yorker, Film History, MIRAJ, and Millennium Film Journal, among other publications. He is the co-curator of Computer Age, a traveling program of early computer movies. He is completing a book, Handmade: The Moving Image in the Artisanal Mode, and is co-editing, with John Hanhardt, Nam June Paik: Selected Writings (forthcoming from The MIT Press).
Kristin Juarez is a PhD student in the Moving Image Studies program at Georgia State University. Her work focuses on the gestural processes in artist’s cinema. She has a background in art history and curatorial practice in the public sphere, and has held posts at Spelman College Museum of Fine Art and the High Museum of Art. Curatorial projects include liquid blackness, Sunday Art Salon, The Window Project, and Public Acts of Art.