• Assistant Professor of Fine Arts

    Brinkley Hall, 100
    (434) 223-7264



B.A., New York University, 2011,
M.St., Oxford University, 2012,
M.A., Columbia University, 2015,
M.Phil., Columbia University,
Ph.D., Columbia University, 2020.

Teaching and Research Interests

Modern and contemporary art

Nineteenth-century art

Artist’s film and video

Gender and sexuality studies

Media theory

Recent Publications

“John Waters and the Visual Arts” in Refocus: The Films of John Waters, ed. Brian Brems and Michelle E. Moore (forthcoming, under contract with Edinburgh University Press).

“Unlocked Doors: Doug Ischar on Tony Greene, Richard Hawkins, and Abject Desire,” Afterimage vol. 50, no. 4 (December 2023), 86-91.

“Martha Rosler Reads the Invisible” in Martha Rosler, ed. Sebastian Baden and Luise Leyer (Frankfurt: Kunsthalle Schirn, 2023), 130-141.

Flipper’s (1964-67) Dark Camp” in Camp TV of the 1960s: Reassessing the Vast Wasteland, ed. Isabel Pinedo and Wyatt D. Phillips (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2023), 236-255.

What Happened to the Institutional Critique? A Roundtable,” November vol. 4 (April 2023).

“Photographic Process as Desire: Mark Morrisroe’s Late Photograms,” Afterimage vol. 50 no. 1 (March 2023), 24-48.

“Light Years” in Responses to Untitled (Eye with Comet) by Paul Thek (London: Pilot Press, 2023), ed. Richard Porter, 97-99.

Honors and Awards

ACLS Fellowship, American Council of Learned Societies, 2023-24.

GSAS Research Excellence Dissertation Fellowship, Columbia University, 2017-18.