Amelia Rina

Founder and Editor in Chief

Amelia (she/they) is a writer, editor, and critic with an MFA in Art Criticism & Writing from School of Visual Arts in New York, NY, and a BFA in Photography from California College of the Arts in Oakland, CA. Her writing has been published in BOMB Magazine, Artforum, Art in America, Hyperallergic, Aperture, New Archives, among others. Read recently published work on her website.

Originally from the Bay, Amelia now lives in Portland, OR, on the unceded territories of the Clackamas and Cowlitz nations.

Ella Ray

Associate Editor

Ella Ray is a writer and library worker concerned with the manner in which refusal and worldbuilding can be embodied in visual and performance art. These lines of study are augmented by Ray’s investment in Black feminist thought, formal and conceptual experimentation, and cross-diasporic community. Since graduating from Portland State University in 2018, they’ve supported  various institutions with exhibition writing, programming, and critical consultation. Ray made their curatorial debut in 2021 with the group show “Nobody’s Fool,” hosted by Carnation Contemporary. 

Ray’s essays, reviews, and research have appeared in/on Variable West, Cult Classic Magazine, the Studio Museum in Harlem’s website, in exhibition catalogs for King School Museum of Contemporary Art, and more. Beyond work, Ella is committed to being a sister and a friend. 

Jaime Salazar wearing all black in front of the Mediterranean Sea at dusk.

Jaime Salazar

Consulting Product Manager

Jaime (he/him) is a Product Manager and Photographer. He has been delivering web-based software for over a decade, while also shooting portraits, music festivals, and DIY music shows.

His photos have been published by Dazed & Confused, Maximum Rocknroll, Artforum, Metal Sucks, Miami New Times, No Thoughts Magazine, Self Titled Mag, VICE, and others. See more of Jaime’s photography on his website.

Based in Portland, OR.