B.A. in English, Psychology, University of California, Berkeley; M.F.A. in Creative Writing, Brown University
Christian Nagler is an artist, writer, translator, and a Ph.D. candidate in performance studies. Recent writings can be found in TDR, Performance Research, Art Journal, Art Practical, Fillip and in the books Somatic Engagement (ed. Petra Kuppers) and Six Lines of Flight (ed. Apsara DiQuinzio). He has been an Arts Research Center fellow and a columnist for SFMoma’s Open Space. His novel Human Capital: A Life was published in 2016 by Publication Studio. He has recently performed or exhibited at CounterPulse, The Oakland Museum of California, The Kadist Foundation, and The Lab. His dissertation-in-progress investigates the role of performance and performativity in Silicon Valley’s representation of economic and social futures.