My curatorial practice emphasizes the ways that academic gallery spaces explore contemporary issues, foster interdisciplinary inquiry, create space for a multiplicity of voices and perspectives, and function as a site of dynamic community criticality and engagement. It grapples with ways that curatorial practice can support ‘The Common Good’ (to borrow a phrase from the NEH), as a mechanism by which to amplify under-told stories.
Sarah Ahmed, Queer Phenomenology. Duke University Press, 2006.
LaTanya Autry, “Museums Are Not Neutral,” 2017.
Maura Reilly, Curatorial Activism: Towards and Ethics of Curating. Thames & Hudson, 2018.
Nina Simon, The Participatory Museum, 2010.
Aruna D’Souza, Whitewalling: Art, Race & Protest in 3 Acts. Badlands Unlimited, 2018.