I am an artist, curator, educator and organizer, whose projects are deliberately varied in scope and content to align with a new challenge and timely context. I am a passionate advocate for people and projects that transcend the confines of narrowly defined fields to engage diverse publics in meaningful creative experiences and to seek justice.
Recent projects include:
Three Weeks in January, a large-scale public art work by Suzanne Lacy and scores of Los Angeles-based collaborators concerned with violence against women.
Natalie Bookchin’s Now he’s out in public and everyone can see, an 18-channel video installation exploring popular attitudes, anxieties and conflicts about race.
I am a member of the Social Design Collective as a curator at-large for (SPAN). Previously, I served as the Executive Director of LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions), Deputy Director/Curator of Creative Time (New York) and have taught in the MA program in Art and Curatorial Practice at USC Roski School of Fine Arts.