Noah Simblist

As a curator, writer and artist, Noah Simblist works on the ways in which contemporary artists address history, sovereignty, and the tensions between political forces and self determination. He edited the new book Tania Bruguera: The Francis Effect (Deep Vellum, 2022) as well as Commonwealth (Publication Studio, 2022) and Artist in Residence (Publication Studio, 2021) . Simblist has contributed to Art in America, Art Agenda, Art Journal, Terremoto and other publications. His curatorial projects include Commonwealth at the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University (2020), Conjunctions and Disjunctions at Black Ground in Cali, Colombia (2022). Summer Sessions: Commonwealth at the ICA at VCU (2019), Aissa Deebi: Exile is Hard Work at Birzeit University Museum in Palestine (2017), False Flags at Pelican Bomb in New Orleans (2016), and Emergency Measures at the Power Station, Dallas (2015). He is associate professor and former chair of Painting + Printmaking at Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond).

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