Eva Peskin

MFA Performance & Interactive Media Art (2015), Brooklyn College; BA Music (Summa Cum Laude, 2009), Barnard College

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Eva is an interdisciplinary artist and scholar exploring relationships between performance, labor, value and social practice. She has shared work at the Associated Colleges of the South Gender Studies Conference and the International Federation for Theater Research, and organized the 2015 Performance & Interactive Media Arts Symposium at Brooklyn College. Collaborating with numerous artists as a performer, composer, technologist, and rigorous conceptualizer, her performance work has occupied spaces including Dixon Place, Under the Radar at the Public Theater, Gallatin Dance, Silent Barn, the Queens Museum, the LaMont-Doherty Earth Observatory, The Bushwick Starr, and the New York and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals. Recently, she wrote for and served as Culturebot.org’s Programming and Outreach Coordinator, and taught critical media literacy with The Learning About Multimedia Project. Currently, she is working on Queer Scouts with Justine Williams as 2015-16 Queer/Arts/Mentorship performance fellows, with mentor Talvin Wilks.