Projects & Exhibitions

Projects & Exhibitions


Art x Environment x Curatorial Practice

 ︎︎︎ Ongoing Curatorial Research (2020-2021)

In my final semester at NYU Gallatin, I received the Dean’s Award for Graduating Seniors to fund my ongoing research into the intersections of art, environmental action, and curatorial practice.

In addition to the various iterations and forms this research has taken over the past year+, this grant supports the creation of a digital publication on this work (TBA Fall 2021).

This work is also taking shape through the support of The Gallatin Galleries and WetLab (NYU).


May 2020 ︎︎︎ exhibition prospectus

Knowing the Way to Tomorrow

women charting futures in an unstable world

Featuring artworks by Rebecca Belmore, Vibha Galhotra, Deborah Jack, Aida Muluneh, and Cecilia Vicuña

Senior Project • Mentored by Prof. Grace Aneiza Ali, NYU

March 2021 ︎︎︎ event series

Press Your Ear to the Wind

a virtual stage for artist “duets” that unearth the complexities of climate crises through artworks, conversation, and questioning

Featuring: Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Vibha Galhotra, Deborah Jack, Eiko Otake, Sarah Cameron Sunde & Tali Weinberg

Presented by The Gallatin Galleries and WetLab

April–May 2021 ︎︎︎ digital exhibition

Refractions of a Present Future

young artists on environmental ruptures

Co-curated with Jasmine Buckley & Troy Gibbs-Brown
Featuring artworks by Clara Allison, Taylor Burkhead, Kinsale Hueston, Brock Riggins, Priya Subberwal, and Ming Ying

Presented by The Gallatin Galleries and WetLab



Knowing the Way to Tomorrow is a digital curatorial research project and exhibition prospectus that I curated as a Senior Project at the NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study in Spring 2020 under the mentorship of Professor and curator Grace Aneiza Ali. The project was awarded honors by the Gallatin Senior Project Committee faculty.


Rebecca Belmore [Anishinaabe]

Vibha Galhotra [India]

Deborah Jack
[Saint Martin/Netherlands]

Aida Muluneh [Ethiopia]

Cecilia Vicuña [Chile]





The five women artists of Knowing the Way to Tomorrow reveal the intricate social, political, and economic contexts that have situated some communities on the frontlines of the climate crisis while for others its immediacy has yet to be felt. Through photography, sculpture, film, and performance, each of their projects engages with three main elements: water, embodiment, and practices of spirituality, tradition, or ritual.

Highlighting women’s power, knowledge, and resilience within experiences of scarcity, pollution, colonization, and environmental violence, they remind us of the inherent connections between our bodies and nature and of the transformative effects of women’s work as leaders on the frontlines of climate activism.

These women artists and their works activate our power to imagine futures in which we thrive—in which we alter the cycles of domination and industry which have created an over-extracted, polluted, conquered world. They make visible the possibility that crisis and its chaos are generative spaces that don’t just invite but insist that we question their founding conditions. Using color, texture, site-specific responses, and their own bodies to unsettle dominant narratives, they inhabit the myriad effects of environmental destabilization. As they examine these intricacies, they create pathways for viewers to connect more deeply with the impacts of climate crises on women’s lives around the world.