I'm Nina Wexelblatt. I'm a curator, writer, and art history PhD candidate at MIT. My bio is here, and my CV is here. These are some of the things I've been up to lately:

Getty Research Institute Fellowship 2023-2024
I have been awarded a 9-month residential predoctoral fellowship at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles, where the theme is Art and Technology. I will be there working on my project, Telepresence: Transnational Satellite Art and the "Open Empire" from September to June.

2023 Graduate Women of Excellence
I was selected as a Graduate Woman of Excellence by the MIT Office of Graduate Education. You can read the full list of awardees here.

Subject: FWD: You're On Our Radar!
I wrote an essay for artist Riley Cavanaugh's book Poems Sneaking Through a Sieve, published by Have a Nice Day Press. It's about communication and spam and surrealism. You can buy a copy from the wonderful art bookstore Printed Matter.

Thresholds 49: Supply
I coedited the 49th issue of Thresholds, the peer-reviewed journal of the MIT Department of Architecture, distributed by MIT Press. The topic is supply. You can read it as a pdf (or purchase a physical copy!) online here.

Special Shapes
I made a mix for Los Angeles-based music collective mmarz. It's music for lifting off, perhaps in a hot air balloon.