Heritage, TV, and public space—Fostering a network of close-knit art communities.
A multifaceted curatorial practice as a direct extension of writing and research.
Using group shows to spread out conversations, Space52, and getting lost in Greece.
Transforming spaces, overcoming dyslexia, and being global.
The agility of Biennales, the importance of writing, and considering our carbon footprint.
Humans and subhumans worth, radical change, and solidarity.
Establishing long-term relationships with artists, mixing synergies, and working holistically.
Public art, Dominican diaspora, and the freedom fighting Art of the ’60s.
Time, sensory experiences, and film, when intuition and research overlap.