White Fungus

White Fungus is a publication based in Taiwan and New Zealand with international distribution. The publication is committed to localism in its most resistant forms, but conducts that engagement on a global scale. 

For issue 14  Marcella contributed a profiles on artists Scott Arford. He is one of the leading figures of new media arts in the San Francisco Bay Area. In 1995 Arford founded 7hz, a warehouse/performance space. From 1995 to 2002, 7hz was San Francisco's leading venue for noise and experimental music featuring numerous international artists including Francisco Lopez, Kit Clayton, Blechdom from Blectum, Zbignew Karkowski, The Haters, Mayuko Hino, and John Duncan.

On issue 15th, she interviewed James Hoff, a New York-based multimedia artist with a practice that extends into soundwriting, visual works and publishing.