Term: January – June 2019
Stipendiary of the School of Visual Arts NY / Visual Critical Studies
Born in The Bronx, Anastasia Warren lives and works in New York City. She received her BFA in Visual Critical Studies (VCS) from the School of Visual Arts. Her work explores identity, justice, and imitation. She has interned at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and ClampArt and exhibited at Space 776. Her work has also been featured in Afropunk and The New Museum of Contemporary Art’s Black Women Artist for Black Lives Matter exhibition. Her curatorial projects include the group show Say Her Name: Being Here and Now and co-curatring VCS’s Senior Open Studies. She is interested in resolving discriminatory practices in academia, decolonizing art spaces, and rolling around in clay.