Burnaway Critic In Residence Lecture: Noah Simblist

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Burnaway Critic In Residence Lecture: Noah Simblist says
Thu, June 4

Presented by BURNAWAY

**Free and Open to the Public


BURNAWAY is an Atlanta-based 501©(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing critical coverage and dialogue about arts in Atlanta and the Southeast since 2008.

BURNAWAY’s mission is to provide critical coverage and dialogue about the arts in and from Atlanta and the Southeast to champion and support the vibrant creative communities in our region. We fulfill this mission through our online arts publication, critics-in-residency program, writing workshops, annual print publication, and public programs. BURNAWAY promotes, develops and connects the arts in Atlanta and the Southeast to create a more thriving and recognized arts community.

About Noah Simblist:

Noah Simblist is an associate professor of art at Southern Methodist University’s Meadows School of the Arts. He works as an artist, curator and writer with a focus on art and politics in Israel-Palestine and has contributed to Art Journal, Modern Painters, Art Papers, Art Lies, Art21 and other publications. Curatorial projects include Yuri’s Office by Eve Sussman and the Rufus Corporation at Ft Worth Contemporary Arts, Out of Place at Lora Reynolds Gallery, Tamy Ben Tor at Testsite, and Queer State(s) at the Visual Arts Center. He was also on the curatorial team for the 2013 Texas Biennial. Writing projects include “How Do You Pronounce The Politics Of Aesthetics” in Beyond the Aesthetic and the Anti-Aesthetic, eds. James Elkins and Harper Montgomery (Penn State University Press, 2013); Setting Sail: The Aesthetics of Politics on the Gaza Flotilla, for Art Papers, The Art of Forgetfulness, the Trauma of Memory: Yael Bartana and Artur Zmijewski for Transmission Annual, a feature about the work of Dor Guez for ARTPULSE as well as interviews with Francis Alÿs, Khaled Hourani, AL Steiner and AK Burns, Omer Fast, Jill Magid, Walead Beshty, Yoshua Okon, and Nicholas Schaffhausen.
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