Parabola is a commissioning and curatorial body dedicated to the production of contemporary art and critical debate. Through its exhibitions, publications and events, Parabola attempts to invigorate dialogues between different groups and disciplines, from architecture and new technologies, to museological practice and the interpretation of histories.
Danielle Arnaud FRSA is Director of Danielle Arnaud contemporary art and a founding member of Parabola. She is a trustee of two regeneration organisations, Riverside Community Development Trust and Lady Margaret Hall Settlement. She graduated in Art History from Birkberk College/Courtauld Institute in 1982. She regularly sits on judging and selection panels around the UK.
Jordan Kaplan FRSA is a freelance curator, writer, project manager and visiting university lecturer. She is specifically interested in new media work, scientific discourse and historical contexts. She is a founding member of Parabola, graduated from Drama Centre, London in 1996 and holds an MA in Arts Criticism from City University.
Rebecca Geldard is a London-based art writer and curator currently contributing to online and print publications including ArtReview, Time Out and MAP. She is a London correspondent for Saatchi Online and her writing has appeared on the Guardian Blog, phillipsartexpert.com, in Asia Tatler and Modern Painters.
Eliza Williams is a writer and editor, regularly writing for Flash Art, Art Monthly, Contemporary and Creative Review. She received an MA in Contemporary Art Theory from Goldsmiths in 2006.