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  1. Janna Dyk is an independent curator, artist, and occasional writer based in Brooklyn.  Her curatorial projects span a range of considerations, from photography and poetry to the relationship between the personal and political.  Past projects include Cottage Industry and Strange Labor, among eight exhibitions while a curatorial fellow at Booklyn, in Greenpoint, and [On Silence], at the New York Center for Art and Media Studies, in conjunction with large-scale performances OPEN CAGE: NEW YORK at Eyebeam, and SILENCE at the Rubin Museum for the Chelsea Music Festival.  In 2017 she held a curatorial residency at the Marble House Project (Vermont).  Her curatorial projects have appeared in such publications as ArtForum, Art in America, the New York Times, BOMB, Hyperallergic, and Photography Magazine.  She is a MFA graduate of Hunter College (2015).  Her writing has appeared in 1000 Words Magazine (London), and SftPwr, among others, and she has been the editor of several artist books, including Adam Golfer’s trilingual A House Without a Roof, which was shortlisted in 2016 for such prizes as Paris Photo and MACK.  She has participated in residencies at AIR (Beijing), and the NARS Foundation (Brooklyn), and has been a recipient of the Rema Hort Foundation ACE Grant, among others.  Her art has appeared in such publications as the New York Times, ArtSlant, Curator Magazine, SEEN, and L’Orient du Jour.  (2018)

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    e: jannadyk at gmail dot com