Amy Rosenblum-Martín is a curator who served as guest assistant curator for Dr. Nicole R. Fleetwood’s MoMA PS1 exhibition Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration. Formerly a staff curator at Pérez Art Museum Miami and the Bronx Museum, she has also worked for the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MCA Chicago, the Hirshhorn Museum, the National Portrait Gallery (London), and Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (Madrid), among others. Her exhibition Ana Mendieta: Thinking About Children’s Thinking (2017) at the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum in Harlem was an Artforum Critic’s Pick.
Xavier Hadley (he/him) is a graduate student in NYU. Through his work as a poet, guitarist, and critical race scholar, Xavier seeks to illuminate the contemporary presence of historical feelings. Taking inspiration from poets like Harriette Mullen, Douglas Kearney, Audre Lorde, and Claudia Rankine among many others, Xavier and his work have received awards and critical recognition from Colorado State University, Lyrical Lemonade, the American Institute for Graphic Arts, and others.
Anisa Jackson is an artist, writer, curator, and PhD student in American Studies at New York University. Their work has appeared as installation, moving image, and as print and digital text. Their work was shown at Institute of Contemporary Arts, London; Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh; Lewisham Art House, London; Specialist Gallery, Seattle, WA; LCB Depot, Leicester; Bluecoat, Liverpool; Babycastles, NY, NY; Abrons Art Center, NY, NY; Bellevue College Gallery Space, Bellevue, WA; King Street Station, Seattle, WA; and Northwest Film Forum, Seattle, WA.
Anisa is a curator-at-large at the Aspen Art Museum.