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Lives and works in Austin, TX.


Current - The University of Texas at Austin

PhD Program, Art History

University of California, Irvine
MFA Art - Critical and Curatorial Studies
Emphasis in Visual
Thesis: “Sites of New Media Art: Using the Internet to Explore Touch, Sociality, and Preservation”

University of Texas at Dallas
BA Art and Performance - Art History
Thesis: "Art in the Context of Cinema in the Films of Wim Wenders"



Engine Rumbling, Machinery Clanking: Committee of Six by Fred Schmidt Arenales

forthcoming for Prospect Art's NEW WORK/ONE WORK series, Spring 2023

On This Island: Shifting Curatorial Practices in a (Post) Pandemic Landscape

College Art Association 11th annual conference, February 2023

Wake Up! Daria Pugachova's Microcosmos

for Prospect Art's NEW WORK/ONE WORK series, July 2022

"You Are Standing Here: Gallery Closed in Troy Hill"

Bunker Review, June 2022


Co-Editor, LKTV Season 2 (zine)
September 2022

"The Spaces In-Between: Letters to Shevik"

for Prospect Art's ONE WORK series, June 2021

"LKTV: Completing the Circuit Online"

for Lino Kino's LKTV, live from AUTOMAT (Philadelphia, PA) via Twitch from January 11, 2021 - February 14, 2021

She Dies Tomorrow: Abjection, Anxiety, Obsession, What Ifs (A Brief Review That Wasn't Meant to Be But Was Anyway)

for the Quarantine Public Library, January 2021


The Invisible Archive

Managing Editor, TIA: Prima Jalichandra-Sakuntabhai (Vol. LA), written by Lara Salmon

Copyeditor, TIA: Caroline Böttcher (Vol. Berlin, Issue 2), written by Mario Margani and TIA: Lara Salmon (Vol. Berlin, Issue 1), written by Yon Natalie Mik

Peer Reviewer, TIA: Camille O'Grady (Vol. LA, Issue 5), written by Andy Campbell

"It's Oh So Quiet"

for Gioj de Marco: COM' A TERRA QUIETE IN FOCO VIVO at NAPOLEON, Philadelphia, PA

"On Mindy Seu"

for Spectacular Grammar: Infrastructure as a Universal Language at the University Art Gallery, UC Irvine; curated by Renée Reizman

"Do You Want to Quit? Reflections on Community, the Network, and Emotional Labor"

for Theorizing the Web, Museum of the Moving Image, NYC (April 27,2018)

"Confronting the Fear of Being Alone in the Works of Chantal Akerman"

2016 UCLA Department of French and Francophone Studies Graduate Student Conference

Curating | Programming
Curator, Do You Want to Quit? Intimacy, Site, Self
January 13, 2018 to February 10, 2018
University Art Gallery, UC Irvine
Works by Morehshin Allahyari, Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings, and Angela Washko

Prompted by Arlie R. Hochschild’s definition of “emotional labor,” Do You Want to Quit? accordingly addresses the relationship between the digital network, as an expanse of connection, and the management of the body into a place of inquiry. Allahyari uses the digital environment to visualize an emotional relationship and 3-D printing to ‘re-Figure’ traditional and mythic beings; Quinlan and Hastings immortalize the gay bar in the wake of its slow eradication by gentrification in the United Kingdom; and Washko expands her criticisms of the inherent dangers associated with Men’s Rights Activists and Pick-Up Artist culture through a first-person text-based video game and an interactive video.

Installation view of Do You Want to Quit? Intimacy, Site, Self (Photo: Yubo Dong)

Co-Programmer, femme autre
McCormick Screening Room, UC Irvine
Films by Marva Nabili (Nightsongs), Shirley Clarke (Portrait of Jason), Agnès Varda (Jane B. par Agnès V.), and Jeong Jae-eun (Take Care of My Cat)


Co-Curator, From Utopia to Dystopia: Aesthetics at the Edge of Counterculture
UC Irvine Special Collections
Featured ephemera and didactic material related to the American Counterculture


Organizer, Polyvocality
Art and Technology Building, UC Irvine
Select works from graduating seniors in the UCI Art Department


Films by Paul Verhoeven (RoboCop) and David Cronenberg (Videodrome) in dialogue with the exhibition Dwyer Kilcollin: Dilated Proximity


Co-Curator, Dwyer Kilcollin: Dilated Proximity
January 9, 2016 to February 6, 2016
Room Gallery, UC Irvine
Solo exhibition featuring recent works from Los Angeles-based artist Dwyer Kilcollin

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