Sasha Archibald is a writer and curator in Los Angeles. Her essays about picture-making, obsolete spectacles, and historical byways have appeared in The Believer, Rhizome, Modern Painters, Los Angeles Review of Books, and other publications, and in a number of books and exhibition catalogues. She is an editor-at-large at Cabinet magazine, and works at the non-profit arts space Clockshop.
Alice Anne Parker’s films from the late 1960s and early 70s have been screened at Cannes, New York Film Festival, Whitney Museum, and other venues, and were the subject of a retrospective at Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley. Parker has since left the art world, and is currently a celebrated psychic in Honolulu. She is the producer of a radio show, a frequent public speaker, and the author of the best-selling Understand Your Dreams (HJ Kramer/New World Library, 2001).
Courtney Stephens is a filmmaker and writer based in Los Angeles. Her films, on subjects ranging from rummage sales to female exile, have screened internationally. She attended the American Film Institute, and was a Fulbright Fellow in India from 2011-2012. She has lectured at The Royal Geographical Society, The Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute, and elsewhere.
Kate Wolf is a writer based in Los Angeles. Her essays, journalism, and fiction have appeared in such publications as Art in America, East of Borneo, X-TRA, Black Clock, The Los Angeles Review of Books, where she’s an editor at large, and Night Papers, a newspaper of art and writing she edits with the Night Gallery.
Veggie Cloud is a wide-ranging film and lecture series in Los Angeles organized by Courtney Stephens and Kate Wolf. In addition to regular, free programs at their space, Veggie Cloud has guest-programmed screenings at the Getty Museum and Human Resources, and collaborated with institutions throughout Los Angeles, mostly recently on the citywide Chantal Akerman retrospective “Contre L’Oubli: Against Oblivion.”