Editor, with Sarah Rifky, Thresholds 47, "Repeat" (2019). Available now via The MIT Press.
"In the Free Field: Doug Wheeler’s PSAD Synthetic Desert III and Anechoic Histories," Art Journal OPEN, August 30, 2018, http://artjournal.collegeart.org/?p=10247.
“The Sounds of Quarantine: How Experimental Musicians are Overcoming Domestic Isolation,” Art in America, June 24, 2020, https://bit.ly/3iEZowK.
“Agnes Denes’s Idealistic Projects Refuse to Accept Apocalypse as Inevitable,” Art in America, January 7, 2020, https://bit.ly/3koHwXx.
"Reappraising Luc Ferrari and Éliane Radigue, Two Renegades of French Music," Art in America, December 11, 2019, https://bit.ly/2LGUp0j.
"Robert Morris's 'Para-Architectural' Drawings Envision a Fantasy Complex That Prioritizes Movement Over Static Form," Art in America 107, no. 11 (December 2019), https://bit.ly/36d60PD.
"Surveying Manfred Mohr’s Five-Decade Collaboration with the Computer," Art in America 107, no. 10 (November 2019), https://bit.ly/2LLA3mp.
"In Resonance: Oliver Beer at the Met Breuer," Art in America, July 30, 2019, https://bit.ly/2PFHKvN.
Conferences, Lectures, and Symposia
Presenter, “Sounding the Security State: Christina Kubisch’s Electrical Walks,” 45th-annual Cleveland Symposium: “Visualizing Sound & Silence in Art & Architecture,” Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Museum of Art, October 25, 2019.
Presenter, "'Always Already Confined': Tony Conrad's Politics of Roleplay and Improvisation," MIT List Visual Arts Center, November 29, 2018. In conjunction with "Introducing Tony Conrad: A Retrospective," October 18, 2018–January 6, 2018.
Presenter, "Sound and Sedimentation: Walter De Maria's Eco-Critical Resonance," UCSD 11th Annual Graduate Visual Arts Symposium: "Sensory Disruptions," UC San Diego, March 3, 2018.
Presenter and Co-organizer, with Ian Condry (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Jan St. Werner (Academy of Fine Arts, Nuremberg), Rekha Malhotra (MIT Comparative Media Studies), and Nicole L’Huillier (MIT Media Lab), “Dissolve Music,” Massachusetts Institute of Technology, March 7–9, 2018.
Keynote Speakers: Diana Deutsch, Thomas F. DeFrantz
Organizer, with Leah Aronowsky and Brad Bolman (Department of the History of Science, Harvard University), “Technical Landscapes: Aesthetics and the Environment in the History of Science and Art," Harvard University, April 6–8, 2017.
Keynote speakers: Caroline A. Jones, Peter L. Galison, Rebecca K. Uchill
Presenter, “Rebirth of White Noise: David Tudor’s Retuning of ‘9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering,’” 20th Annual Graduate Art History Symposium, Williams College and the Clark Art Institute, June 5, 2015.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2016–
PhD Candidate: History, Theory and Criticism of Art and Architecture (HTC)
Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts
MA: Art History; June 2015
Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts
BA: Studio Art and Art History; May 2013