Special Projects

Guest Lecturer at NYU on Media and Psychoanalysis

This year I was invited to join NYU Steinhardt’s course “Psychoanalysis: Desire and Culture” as a guest lecturer. It was an honor and delight to discuss Freud’s impact on advertising and modern media with both semesters’ students.  

Guest Lecturer at NYU on Media and Psychoanalysis

This year I was invited to join NYU Steinhardt’s course “Psychoanalysis: Desire and Culture” as a guest lecturer. It was an honor and delight to discuss Freud’s impact on advertising and modern media with both semesters’ students.  

Seed Bombs!

A collaboration between the wonderful writer Lisa Rovner and Wilder Quarterly. I helped with the copy and packaging. Learn more here.    

Seed Bombs!

A collaboration between the wonderful writer Lisa Rovner and Wilder Quarterly. I helped with the copy and packaging. Learn more here.    

Ess Ess reading series

In 2011, writer Melissa Seley and I founded Ess Ess, a reading series and art project created in partnership with Cleopatra’s gallery in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Readers have included Julie Klausner, Jo Ann Beard, Simon Critchley, Molly Prentiss, Lars Iyer, Melissa

Ess Ess reading series

In 2011, writer Melissa Seley and I founded Ess Ess, a reading series and art project created in partnership with Cleopatra’s gallery in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Readers have included Julie Klausner, Jo Ann Beard, Simon Critchley, Molly Prentiss, Lars Iyer, Melissa

Exhibition catalogue essay for “Der Menschen Klee,” curated by Cornelius Quabeck

“Students are torn between incompatible worlds, whether they realize it or not, and sometimes this schizophrenic condition can be a good place to be. We live in an asynchronic moment when the old academy, the modernist model, and the deconstructive

Exhibition catalogue essay for “Der Menschen Klee,” curated by Cornelius Quabeck

“Students are torn between incompatible worlds, whether they realize it or not, and sometimes this schizophrenic condition can be a good place to be. We live in an asynchronic moment when the old academy, the modernist model, and the deconstructive