Ariel Goldberg is a queer, Brooklyn-based artist and writer. They are a part-time instructor at both Parsons School of Design and New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and have published a number of chap books centered around the use of photography, including Picture Cameras and The Photographer without a Camera. In 2016, Golderg published The Estrangement Principle, a book-length essay on the state of contemporary queer art. In 2017, they participated in The Kitchen’s two-week open work period Half Straddle: Here I Go, pt. 2 of You by giving a talk entitled “Notes on the Estrangement Principle.” For more information, see:

Half Straddle: Here I Go, pt. 2 of You