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We look forward to seeing you this September at &Now: Points of Convergence!
Registration is now open. Please visit Ticketspice to reserve your pass and order boxed lunches.
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General Inquiries: andnowfestival2019@gmail.com.
Registration questions: iasinfo@uw.edu.


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Quintan Ana Wikswo

Colin Powell Institute on Global Leadership at City College / Politics of Gender Violence Initiative
Artist in Residence
New York City, Seattle
Hailed as “heady, euphoric, singular, surprising” by Publisher’s Weekly, “beautiful, horrifying, passionate, and bold,” by Jeff VanderMeer in The Millions, “Rilke’s lost female shadow,” by Conjunctions, and “universal and personal, comforting and jarring, ethereal and earthy,” by Electric Literature, QUINTAN ANA WIKSWO has long been active in the collusion and collision of transdisciplinary art and human rights.

Quintan is recognized for innovative hybrid constellations of work that integrate their fiction, nonfiction, memoir, poetry and essay with their original photography, performance, audio, and video installation. These projects interrupt sites and trajectories of human rights infractions, hate crime organizing, disability discrimination, gender crimes,  and global and local networks of the far right. They are the author of multiple hybrid genre books, are widely anthologized, and perform, exhibit, and archive their work at major museums and independent global arts and politics sites.