Tushar Joag is co-founder of Open Circle, a Mumbai-based artist collective that engages with contemporary sociopolitical issues via an integration of theory and practice.
Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige question the fabrication of images and representations, the construction of imaginaries and the writing of history.
João Menezes is a composer and sound artist whose interests include sound synthesis, algorithmic composition and sonic interaction design.
A contemporary choreographer, dancer and visual artist, Eisa Jocson investigates the labour and representation of the dancing body in the service industry.
Sarah Johnson is a curator whose research centres on modern and contemporary art from the Middle East, with a particular emphasis on Iraq.
Jolene Rickard is a visual historian, artist and curator interested in the intersection of indigenous knowledge and contemporary art, materiality and ecocriticism with an emphasis on Hodinöhsö:ni aesthetics. She is former Director of the American Indian and Indigenous Studies Programme (2008-2020) and Associate Professor in the departments of History of Art and Art at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.
Kevin Jones is an independent arts writer and educator who is interested in the self-representational strategies of art practitioners in the UAE and the ways in which they write about their practices.
Eungie Joo is curator of contemporary art at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) (2017–present) and was curator of Sharjah Biennial 12: The past, the present, the possible (2015).
Khalil Joreige and Joana Hadjithomas collaborate as visual artists and filmmakers.
Visual artist and filmmaker Lamia Joreige uses archival documents and elements of fiction to reflect on the construction of historical narratives and the relationship between individual stories and collective memory.
Since the mid 1990s, Fernando José Pereira has used video to explore a range of interests that have recently focused on the remote territories of the extreme North.
Claudia Joskowicz work has been shown extensively in international exhibitions and biennials.
For nearly four decades, Kamilya Jubran has been performing music while, in her words, ‘roaming the in-between spaces and non-commercial milieus of the world’.
Jesper Just’s films began as recorded happenings, but over the past decade they have developed into carefully choreographed scenarios that explore cinematic representations.