Artistic director, The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation; curator, The Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection
MA Curatorial Practice


BA, University of Chicago; Whitney Museum Independent Study Program

Professional experience includes

Director, Percent for Art, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; associate dean, School of Art, The Cooper Union; curatorial consultant for public art, Queens Museum program director, International Studio & Curatorial Program; guest curator and performance programs manager, Socrates Sculpture Park

Curatorial projects include

“Enacting Stillness,” MeetFactory, Prague; “In the Power of Your Care,” “When Artists Speak Truth,” “Between History and the Body,” “Mobility and Its Discontents,” The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation; “Claudia Joskowicz: Sympathy for the Devil,” Forever & Today, Inc.; “Condensations of the Social,” Smack Mellon; “The Arbitrariness of Signs,” Momenta Art; “Center of Everywhere,” Queens Museum; “FLOAT,” Socrates Sculpture Park

Publications include

Yoko Inoue: Trans-Pacific Transmissions: Video Art Across the Pacific; Wojciech Gilewicz: Cuboids; Aideen Barry: Changing Tracks, EU Culture Programme

Awards and honors include

Marica Vilcek Curatorial Fellowship, Foundation for a Civil Society; critic-in-residence, Omi International Art Center; Joanne Leonhardt Cassullo Curatorial Fellow, New Museum of Contemporary Art; Whitney-Lauder Curatorial Fellow, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania