Evan Calder Williams is the author of Combined and Uneven Apocalypse; Roman Letters; Shard Cinema, and, forthcoming in 2017, The Grid Aflame. He is the translator, with David Fernbach, of Mario Mieli's Towards a Gay Communism, forthcoming this fall. His writing has appeared in Film Quarterly, Mute, WdW Review, The New Inquiry, La Furia Umana, World Picture, and The Journal of American Studies, amongst other publications. He is part of the editorial collective of Viewpoint Magazine and is a founding member of the film and research collective Thirteen Black Cats. He was an artist in residence at ISSUE Project Room and his solo and collaborative films, performance, and audio works have been presented La Biennale de Montreal, the Serpentine Gallery, mumok, Portikus, the Whitney Museum, Tramway, Swiss Institute, Artists Space, Images Festival, the Ljubjana Biennial of Graphic Arts, and the Montreal International Festival du Nouveau Cinéma. He received a PhD in Literature from the University of California Santa Cruz, and he teaches theory at the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College and film production at Cooper Union.
Evan Calder Williams
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