Born in Los Angeles, California.
PhD, Harvard University, Film and Visual Studies and Critical Media Practice, Cambridge, MA (expected)
MFA, University of California Los Angeles, Department of Art, Interdisciplinary Studio Area, Los Angeles, CA (expected)
Maîtrise, University of Paris-III (Sorbonne Nouvelle), Etudes Cinématographiques, Paris, France.
AB, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.
SOLO AND TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2018 broke down re source, Los Angeles Contemporary Archive, Los Angeles, CA.
2017 Broken Ground, Angels Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro, CA.
GROUP EXHIBITIONS (SELECTED)
2016 re: development, Fort Point Art Community and Atlantic Wharf Gallery, Boston, MA
2014 Living As Form, Carpenter Center for Visual Arts, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
2014 History Design Studio, Hutchins Center for African and African American Research, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
2013 New York Art Book Fair (with Red76), New York, NY
2012 Spontaneous Interventions, U.S. Pavilion of the 13th Venice Architecture Biennial, Venice, Italy
2011-14 The Imaginary Archive, Galway, Ireland and Kyiv, Ukraine
2012 Chiasmus: Zones of Aesthetic and Political Imagination, University of California Irvine, Claire Trevor School of The Arts, Irvine, CA
2011 Experience Economies 4: Chamber Play, Cambridge, MA
2011 No Comment, J.P. Morgan Building, New York, NY
2010 New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, Issue Project Room, New York, NY (with James Borchers)
TALKS, PRESENTATIONS, WORKSHOPS
UCLA, Department of Art
Open Engagement, Queens Museum
Wesleyan University, Department of Art History
BYO, Harvard University, Department of Visual and Environmental Studies
MIT, Program in Art, Culture and Technology
American University in Paris, Department of Communications
"Civil Resistance and Its Discontents," e-flux conversations, March 7, 2017
"Reconsidering the Aesthetics of Liberalism," e-flux conversations, Jan. 18, 2017
“Godard’s Remote Control,” in A Companion to Godard, ed. Tom Conley and T. Jefferson Kline, Wiley-Blackwell, 2013
“No One’s Home: la bureaucratie néolibéral et la force du langage,” in La Bureaucratisation du monde, ed. Béatrice Hibou, Editions La Découverte, 2013.
Trans. Nancy, Jean-Luc, “Jacques Ranciere and Metaphysics,” in Jacques Rancière: History, Politics, Aesthetics, ed. Gabriel Rockhill and Phil Watts, Duke University Press, 2009.
“De la subjectivité à l’âge de la radio: Godard et ses acteurs: 2 ou 3 choses que je sais d’elle,” trans. Jacques Aumont, Cinéma 014, Ed. Léo Scheer. Autumn, 2007, 32-50.
Trans. Hibou, Béatrice. “Domination and Control in Tunisia: Economic Levers for the Exercise of Authoritarian Power,” Review of African Political Economy, 108, June, 2006, 185-206.
Trans. Lazzarato, Maurizio. “The Political Form of Coordination,” Multitudes 17, Summer 2004.
John Baldessari Family Foundation Scholarship, UCLA
Department of Art Scholarship, UCLA
Resnick Family Fellowship, UCLA
Elaine Krown Klein Award, UCLA
Derek Bok Center Award, Harvard University
Weatherhead Center for International Affairs Fellow, Harvard University
History Design Studio Fellow, W.E.B. DuBois Institute, Harvard University
Harvard GSAS Merit/Term-Time Fellowship
David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University
Presidential Public Service Fellow, Harvard University
Film Studies Center Fellow, Harvard University
GSAS Pre-dissertation fellowship, Harvard University
Office for the Arts Grant, Harvard University
Ecole Normale Supérieure Exchange Fellowship, Harvard University
LeBaron Russell Briggs Thesis Prize, Harvard University
CURATORIAL AND PROGRAMMING
What Is To Be Undone? Fernanda Fragateiro, Renée Green, Ahmet Ögüt, Raqs Media Collective, Harvard Art Museums, 2015
Jesse Aron Green: Ärztliche Zimmergymnastik, Harvard Art Museums, 2015
Department of Public Imagination, Design Studio for Social Intervention, 2013.
Adjunct Lecturer, New York University in Paris, France
Adjunct Lecturer, Wells College, Paris, France
Adjunct Lecturer, Institute for European Studies, Paris, France
UCLA Art 495 TA Training Practicum
UCLA Art 180/280 Psychoanalysis and Feminism, Mary Kelly
UCLA Art 31A, Art 31C: Modernism, Sami Siegelbaum
UCLA Art History 23: Modern Art History, George Baker
UCLA Arts & Architecture 10: Arts Encounters, David Gere and Meryl Friedman
Harvard VES 96r: Directed Research, Stephen Prina
Harvard VES 80: Loitering, Stephen Prina
Harvard VES 83: The Devil, Probably x 10 + 1, Stephen Prina
Harvard VES 87: The Lay of The Land, Stephen Prina
Harvard VES 192: Cinema and Auteur, Tom Conley
Harvard VES 70: The Art of Film, Rebecca Sheehan
Harvard African and African American Studies 121: The Films of Spike Lee, Bidoun Jeyifo