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Jennifer Burris

Bogotá, CO   

Jennifer Burris is an independent curator and director of Athénée Press. Currently she is a guest curator for the Brooklyn Museum’s Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art. Previous projects include exhibitions and screening programs at the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania; Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College; Stedeljik Museum Bureau Amsterdam; Hanoi DOCLAB; and the University of Cambridge. Her writing has been included in Revista Código, Afterall, Bomb, The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, ART HAPS, Studies in French Cinema, and catalogues for the artists Godfried Donkor, Raphael Montañez Ortiz, Alexandra Navratil, and Brian Weil. She has degrees from the University of Cambridge (Ph.D. and M.Phil.), Princeton University (BA), and was previously a 2010-2011 Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellow in the Whitney Independent Study Program.

Forgotten Spaces: Conversation with Allan Sekula, Benjamin Buchloh, and David Harvey

Public platform of “Foreclosed: Between Crisis and Possibility”
Screening of “The Forgotten Space” (2010), A film essay by Noel Burch and Allan Sekula
and a conversation between Benjamin Buchloh, David Harvey, and Allan Sekula
Rose Auditorium
The Cooper Union, New York
May 15, 2011
Curated by Jennifer Burris, Sofia Olascoaga, Sadia Shirazi, and Gaia Tedone
Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellows
Independent Study Program 2010-2011
Whitney Museum of American Art

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Living Document / Naked Reality: Alexandra Navratil

Artist Alexandra Navratil speaks about her works “Sample Frames” and “Permanence Vocabulary” that are part of ICA Philadelphia’s exhibition “Living Document / Naked Reality: Towards An Archival Cinema” curated by Whitney-Lauder curatorial fellow Jennifer Burris.

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Living Document / Naked Reality: Jacqueline Hoang Nguyen

Artist Jacqueline Hoang Nguyen speaks about her work, “The Centennial Star”, a photo diptych that is part of ICA Philadelphia’s exhibition “Living Document / Naked Reality: Towards An Archival Cinema” curated by Whitney-Lauder curatorial fellow Jennifer Burris.

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