Winter Semester 2016/17
Project The Incomputable
Mohammad Salemy is a New York/Vancouver based artist, critic, and curator who holds an MA in critical curatorial studies from the University of British Columbia. He currently co-organizes The New Centre for Research & Practice, and has shown his works in Ashkal Alwan’s Home Works (Beirut) and Witte de With (Rotterdam). His writings have been published in e-flux, Flash Art, Third Rail, DIS Magazine and Brooklyn Rail, and he has curated exhibitions at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, Access Gallery, and Satellite Gallery in Vancouver. In 2014, he organized the Incredible Machines conference in Vancouver. Salemy’s curatorial experiment “For Machine Use Only” was included in the 11th edition of Gwangju Biennale (2016).