Joanne Petit-Frère is a hair sculptor & archive director; creating hair-based artifacts - both self-documented & in collaboration - thru film, photography as well, are activated by performance thru their moniker & production house JoGoesWest. Their work has been exhibited in MoMA PS1, New Museum, Coopers Gallery at Harvard University as well publications, The New Yorker, Vogue Italia & The Evening Standard. Petit-Frère will be exhibiting in Tulsa, Oklahoma this upcoming Spring for Philbrook Museum's exhibition [From the Limitations of Now].
Print Ain't Dead is a bookstore and publishing platform focused on literary and text-based artifacts produced by black, brown and indigenous artists.
Julian Parikh is a graphic designer living and working in Boston, MA. They primarily work with other QTBIPoC creatives in showcasing their art, as well as on other collaborative projects.