Kirsten Mairead Gill is an art historian, writer, educator, and curator based in New York. She holds a Masters degree from the University of Pennsylvania and is currently a PhD student in the Art History program at CUNY’s Graduate Center, while teaching at the New York City College of Technology. Her research interests include the aesthetics and politics of land, avant-garde and participatory film, image cultures of the internet, decolonial politics, and intersections of pedagogy and creative practice. In 2014 she founded the curatorial program The Incubation Series in Philadelphia, which sought to provide an open framework for experimental collaborations between scholars and artists. She has curated exhibitions at numerous Philadelphia galleries, and has held curatorial and educational positions at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia. Her writing has been published in Title Magazine, where she was also previously an editor and critic, and Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art.
01 / Jun / 19 - 22 / Ag / 19