João Enxuto and Erica Love collaborate on projects about the role new technologies play in reshaping work, institutions, and economies connected to Contemporary Art. Enxuto received an MFA in Photography from RISD and Love holds BAs from Brown University in Economics and Visual Arts and an MFA from UCLA. Together they were fellows at the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program for 2012-2013. They have given talks, written essays, and exhibited at the Centre Pompidou, Whitney Museum of Art, the New Museum, Anthology Film Archives, Walker Art Center, Pratt Institute, Yossi Milo Gallery, Carriage Trade, Louisiana Museum in Denmark, ArtCenter/South Florida, and the Tamayo Museum in Mexico City. Enxuto and Love's writing has appeared in Art in America, Mousse Magazine, Walker Artist Op-Eds, Wired Magazine, X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly. In 2016 they founded Contemporary.Institute with the Institute for Southern Contemporary Art (ISCA), a long-term project to establish an experimental platform to benefit artists and other politically-engaged cultural producers through results derived from machine learning and art market data. They have taught at the Cooper Union, School of Visual Arts, New York University, City College, as Ernest G. Welch Fellows at Georgia State University, and Maumaus in Lisbon. Additionally they were visiting artists at the Ruskin School of Art, Brown University, the Institute for Curatorial Practice at Hampshire College, and SOMA Summer in Mexico City. Enxuto and Love were awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Artist Fellowship and a Creative Capital Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant in 2017.