Gregory Sholette helped establish the MFA Concentration on Social Practice at Queens College. He is a founding member of Political Art Documentation/Distribution, Gulf Labor Coalition, and REPOhistory. In 2010, Sholette wrote Dark Matter: Art and Politics in an Age of Enterprise Culture and he co-edited It’s The Political Economy, Stupid with Oliver Ressler in 2013. His recent art projects include The Precarious Workers Pageant (Venice, Italy) and Imaginary Archive (University of Pennsylvania; Zeppelin University, Germany).
Artist; Associate Professor, Queens College
New York City, USA