Younger Than Jesus


For the first New Museum Triennial, I organized a “live archive” that filled the museum’s fifth-foor gallery. The space served as a research platform, discussion venue, and repository of international periodicals, films, and music created by or documenting the generation featured in the show. I gathered materials from diverse sources: conversations and interviews with the exhibition’s artists; contemporary publications and zines selected by international correspondents; and texts by philosophers, sociologists, journalists, marketing, and technology experts. Regular lunchtime presentations addressed the idea of generational shifts and the specific nature of this generation and its influences.

I also organized a series of public programs that further elaborated the exhibition’s themes.

Selected projects