Jameson Paige is a curator and writer based in Philadelphia. He is interested in the complex negotiation of identity, problems of representation, and how various political positions are inhabited in contemporary art. His research looks at these issues primarily through art’s flirtations with queer, transgender, critical race, and affect studies. He has organized exhibitions and programs nationally, and recent writing appears in Art Papers, Public Parking, Burnaway, THE SEEN, and Contango. He was previously assistant curator for the Envisioning Justice Initiative in Chicago, and is currently a curator at Mural Arts Philadelphia.

List Projects 21: Rami George // MIT List Visual Arts Center

Feel Me?: Iceberg Projects

Proposals for an In/Exhaustible Image of Identity: Prisoner of Love // Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Candice Lin: A Hard White Body, A Porous Slip // Logan Center for the Arts

David Wojnarowicz: Flesh of My Flesh // Iceberg Projects