Christopher Rey Pérez & Pedro Neves Marques

Christopher Rey Pérez is a poet working from within a matrix of opaque folklore, violence, and language. His first full-length book, gauguin's notebook, was published by &NOW Books, and his writing has also featured most recently in magazines and exhibitions such as diSONARE (Mexico), The Brooklyn Rail (U.S.), and Terra Mediterranea: In Action (Cyprus). Currently, he lives in the West Bank of Palestine. He is originally from the Rio Grande Valley of Texas.
Pedro Neves Marques is a writer, visual artist, and filmmaker. He is the editor of the anthology The Forest and The School / Where to Sit at the Dinner Table? (2015) and the author of two short-story books, most recently Morrer na América [Dying in America] (2017). He has published in The Baffler and e-flux Journal, as well as in art catalogues by the Sursock Art Museum, HKW, and BAK; and shown his films and artwork at Tate Modern, Kadist Art Foundation, V-A-C Foundation, Berardo Museum Collection, e-flux, Sculpture Center, among others. Together with artist Mariana Silva, he runs inhabitants, an online channel for exploratory video and documentary reporting at He was born in Lisbon, Portugal, and lives in New York, USA.