AA Bronson has worked as a visual artist, curator, healer, and writer for more than 45 years, focusing on issues of collaboration, mass culture, consumerism, HIV/AIDS, healing and shamanism. He has had more than 100 solo exhibitions worldwide, and his work is in the collections of major museums such as the Whitney, SFMoMA, and the Museum of Modern Art. He has taught at UCLA, the University of Toronto, and Yale. He has received many international awards, holds two honorary doctorates, and is an Officer of the Order of Canada and a Chevalier de l'ordre des arts et lettres. He is Co-Director of the Institute for Art, Religion, and Social Justice. Contact AA Bronson.
Kathryn Reklis is a historical and constructive theologian whose work addresses the intersection of theology, performance studies, and the invention of modernity. She holds an MA from Yale Divinity School and an MA and MPhil from Yale University in Religious Studies, from whence she will receive her PhD in May 2012. She is a Fellow of the Yale Initiative for Material and Visual Cultures of Religion and a Research Fellow for the New Media Project at Union Theological Seminary. In Fall 2012, she will begin work at Fordham University as Assistant Professor of Modern Protestant Theology. She is Co-Director of the Institute for Art, Religion, and Social Justice. Contact Kathryn Reklis.