Anthony Graves (b. 1975, South Bend, Indiana) received his BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and his MFA from Cornell University’s College of Architecture, Art and Planning. Graves works under the name Camel Collective and has exhibited in institutions in the US, UK, Mexico, Denmark, China, and Brazil. In 2004–5 Graves was a fellow at the Whitney Independent Study Program in New York. He was a regular contributor to Moonlighter Presents (NY) and has been artist-in-residence at Field Work Marfa; Beta-Local, San Juan, Puerto Rico; and was a recipient of the Danish International Visual Arts (DIVA) Grant/Artist-in-Residence, Copenhagen, Denmark. As Camel Collective he wrote and edited The Second World Congress of Free Artists: A Play in Three Acts, (Arhus Kunsthalle, 2013). Since 2009 Graves has taught courses in Theory and Criticism at Cornell University, The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, The Rhode Island School of Design, and City College New York. Graves lives in Brooklyn, New York, and is currently part-time faculty at Parsons, The New School for Social Research. As Camel Collective he is represented by PARQUE Galería in Mexico City.