Michael Bracewell is the writer, novelist and cultural commentator. He has published widely, often concerning elements of English cultural life. He is the author of both novels and non-fiction, most recently Re-Make/Re-Model (2007), a biography of Roxy Music published by Faber and Faber. He is a regular contributor to various publications like Frieze and Afterall, and has written numerous catalogue essays for Gilbert & George, Richard Wentworth and David Shrigley. Bracewell was also a co-curator of The Secret Public: The Last Days of the British Underground 1978-1988 at Kunstverein München, Munich and ICA, London (2006/7).
Linder is an artist and performer based in Lancashire, England. As an active figure in British punk and post-punk scenes, Linder came to prominence for her collage/photo-montage works and involvement in the group Ludus. Recent solo exhibitions include She Climbs the European Sky, Linn Lühn, Cologne (2008); Baltic, Gateshead (2007); PS1/Museum of Modern Art, New York (2007); Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London (2007); Let Me Go Where My Pictures Go, Dependence, Brussels (2006) and The Return of Linderland, Cornerhouse, Manchester (2000). Her performance The Working Class Goes To Paradise, was included in the Tate Triennial, Tate Britain, London (2006).