Lars Bang Larsen is a researcher at the University of Copenhagen, where he wrote his dissertation “A History of Irritated Material: Psychedelic Concepts in Neo-Avantgarde Art.” He has curated exhibitions such as “Reflections from Damaged Life,” Raven Row, London (2013) and “Concept after Concept: Before Normal,” Roskilde Museum for Contemporary Art, Copenhagen (2014). His books include “Networks” (2014) and “The Critical Mass of Mediation” (With Søren Andreasen, 2012).

Emily Berry is a poet living in London. Her debut book of poems Dear Boy (Faber & Faber, 2013) won the Forward Prize for Best First Collection and the Hawthornden Prize.

Juliette Blightman lives and works in Berlin.

Solo shows (selection): Distant Intimacies, Pied-à-terre, San Francisco (2015); Eden Eden Eden, Karma International, LA (2105); Come Inside, Bitte, Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, Berlin (2015); Gerry Bibby/Juliette Blightman, Kunsthaus Bregenz (2014); I hope one day soon you will come visit me here, Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, Berlin (2011); A Year With No Head, International Project Space, Birmingham (2011); The Day Grew Dark, Künstlerhaus, Stuttgart (2010); The Day Grew Darker Still, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (2010); The Chips Are Down, Whitechapel Project Space, London (2007).

Group shows (selection): The Cipher and the Frame, Cubitt, London (2015); Who Are Who, Studio for Propositional Cinema, (2014); @ the shrink, Shanaynay, (2014);  Europe, Europe, Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo (2014); The Library Vaccine, Artist’s Space, New York, (2014), The Registry of Promise, Centre Parc Saint Léger, Pougues-Les-Eaux, (2014); The Influence of Furniture on Love, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, (2014); Revelry, Kunsthalle Bern (2014); Girls Can Tell, GAK Bremen (2013); Orpheus Twice, David Roberts Foundation, London (2013); The New Public, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Bolzano (2012); Death Dies, Tramway, Glasgow (2011); ‘How To Work (more for) less’, Kunsthalle Basel (2011); British Art Show 7 (2010); Based in Berlin, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin (2011); Paradise Lost, Dirk Bell/Juliette Blightman, Kunstverein Arnsberg (2010); Silberkuppe, Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden Baden (2009); Nought to Sixty, ICA, London (2008).

Tom Bunyard teaches philosophy, politics and cultural studies in the Humanities Department of The University of Brighton.

Harry Burke is a writer based in London. Find his work here.

Charlie Burlingham is an artist and aspiring cognitive neuroscientist based in Pittsburgh & NYC.

Hannah Marie Chidwick is a PhD candidate in Classics and Ancient History at the University of Bristol. She holds a BA in Classical Studies and an MA in Reception and Critical Theory.

Holly Childs is an Australian writer, editor, artist. She makes work around digital semiotics, transformations of language, fashion, aberration, corruption. Her first novella No Limit was published by Hologram (Melbourne). Her second novella Danklands was published by Arcadia Missa (London).

James Elkins is E.C. Chadbourne Professor in the Department of Art History, Theory, and Criticism, School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His most recent book is What Photography Is. He writes on art and non-art images; recent books include Chinese Landscape Painting as Western Art History (Hong Kong University Press) and Art Critiques: A Guide (New Academia). Currently he is editing a book series called the Stone Art Theory Institutes (Penn State Press). In 2015 he will stop writing monographs in order to concentrate on an experimental writing project that is not related to art.

Rózsa Zita Farkas is a curator interested in bodies through networks.  She is based in London and is the founding director and curator of Arcadia Missa. Farkas has co-curated independent projects including The Posthuman Era Became a Girl, South London Gallery (2014) and Re-Materialising Feminism, ICA and The Showroom (2014), amongst others.  Her writing has been published in Cura, Mute Magazine, Eros and DPI Studioxx and she has presented at events for Transmediale ReSource006 and Rhizome. In 2013 she was awarded a research fellowship at Leuphana University’s Post Media Lab, and in 2015 a research fellowship at Central Saint Martins College of Arts, UAL. She is associate lecturer for MA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art and for BA Fine Art Dissertations at Camberwell College of Arts (both UAL).

Davey Field studied Film & Comparative Literature at Oberlin College in Ohio. Over the past six years he’s made dozens of short films and video art pieces, and freelanced on independent documentary projects. He has worked on television shows for Major League Baseball Productions, produced content for activist groups in New York, and programmed for UnionDocs, a microcinema in Brooklyn. More recently, he’s coordinated and facilitated retreats for emerging adults, focusing on personal growth skills and political education. He currently lives in Philadelphia, where he teaches film to young people.

Emily Jones is an artist living in London.

Wild Justice. This is gypsum. Minimal Ethics for the Anthropocene / we ought to be able to honour the whole world. This is territorial. Language, peace, law, systems, data, climate, god and A I R. Whoever wants to be born must first destroy a world. Grand Shrine of America. Are ocean depths permanent? blind pairings and the fate of the amazon. tomorrow is ours @hydrothemerald

Eliza Koch is a member of the Fungiculture Editorial Collective, and Fungiculture’s art director. See more of Eliza’s work here.

Luke Hilton received a BA in English Literature from the University of Surrey in 2011 and is currently studying for an MA in Contemporary Culture & Literature at Birkbeck College, University of London. He has worked on projects for Contraband Books and is the co-founder of LittleWorth Publishing. He is the author of numerous piece of fiction and is currently working on his second novel.

Macon Holt received a BMus in Creative Music Technology from the University of Surrey in 2011 and an MRes In Sonic Arts from the University of Hull. He is a musician and PhD researcher at the Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmith University of London. He has taught at the Leeds College of Music and has written for Nyx: a nocturnal and writes a monthly column for Full Stop. He has been an editor for the New Cross Review of Books and is the co-founder of LittleWorth Publishing.

Jesse Miller is a PhD candidate in the Department of English at the University at Buffalo, SUNY and a reviews editor for Full Stop.

Aaron Meyers is an artist living in Austin, Texas where he is pursuing an MFA in Sculpture and Extended Media at The University of Texas. Born in 1988 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Meyers originally studied Mathematics, obtaining a Bachelor of Science with Honors in Mathematics from Bucknell University in 2010, before focusing only on art.

Silvia Mollicchi is a member of the Fungiculture Editorial Collective.

Till Mycha are a writer located somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean.

Ben Neufeld makes films and videos. He currently lives in Los Angeles and is mastering the fine arts at CalArts.

Anna Ricciardi is an artist and writer fascinated by ideas around liveness, animality and animacy, currently exploring proximities of presence that place the body at the constitutive and mediated margins of culture and nature. Previous work has seen her re-creating out-of-circulation ‘bad taste’ postcards for the cultural ‘re-wilding’ of tourist hotspots in London; replenishing and tending to faded suburban roadside floral tributes; and imagining urban landscapes suffering folklore burnout. She has worked as a visiting lecturer at universities throughout the UK and contributed towards events and exhibitions including Where the Men Met, at SUPERMARKET, Stockholm, and the Queer Feminist Social Media Praxis conference at University of Sussex.

Helen Stuhr-Rommereim is a member of the Fungiculture Editorial Collective.

Jonty Tiplady is the author of Zam Bonk Dip (Salt Publishing) and other work.

Holly White is an artist living and working in London.