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Jim Drobnick is a curator and Associate Professor at OCAD University, Toronto. He has published on the visual arts, performance, the senses and post- media practices in recent anthologies such as Food and Museums (2017), L’Art Olfactif Contemporain (2015), The Multisensory Museum (2014), Senses and the City (2011), and Art, History and the Senses (2010). His books include the anthologies Aural Cultures (2004) and The Smell Culture Reader (2006).
Jennifer Fisher is a curator and Professor at York University, Toronto. Her research focuses on exhibition practices, affect theory, and the aesthetics of the non- visual senses. Her writings have been featured in anthologies such as Linda Montano (2017), Caught in the Act, Vol. 2 (2016), are you experienced? (2015), The Artist as Curator (2015), The Ashgate Research Companion to Paranormal Culture (2013), and The Senses in Performance (2006). She is the editor of Technologies of Intuition (2006).