Katherine Behar is an interdisciplinary media and performance artist whose works exploring gender and labor in digital culture have appeared throughout North America and Europe. She is known for projects that mix low and high technologies to create hybrid forms that are by turns humorous and sensuous. The Pera Museum in Istanbul presented her 2016 survey exhibition and catalog, Katherine Behar: Data’s Entry | Veri Girişi. Her 2014 solo exhibition, Katherine Behar: E-Waste, premiered at the University of Kentucky before traveling to Boston Cyberarts Gallery. In 2018 she will present solo exhibitions at Robert Morris University and Emerson Dorsch Gallery. Since 2005 Behar has collaborated with Marianne M. Kim in the performance art duo Disorientalism, producing six solo exhibitions and performances and participating in numerous group exhibitions. Behar is the editor of Object-Oriented Feminism, coeditor of And Another Thing: Nonanthropocentrism and Art, and author of Bigger than You: Big Data and Obesity. Fellowship and grant honors include The MacDowell Colony, Art Journal, Rubin Museum of Art, Franklin Furnace Fund, and others. She is associate professor of new media arts at Baruch College, CUNY.

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