Chris Romero is a curator interested in media art, the internet, and digital culture. His most recent project, “Tokyo Window Sessions” is an ongoing web-based resource investigating media art in Japan, created during residencies at Tokyo Wonder Site and 3331 Arts Chiyoda in Tokyo. In September 2015 he organized the first Internet Yami-Ichi in New York with Japanese Internet art collective IDPW. The event, a flea market for “Internet-ish” things, featured over 130 vendors and 1,500 visitors. His exhibitions have been featured throughout New York and featured in The New York Times and Hyperallergic. A graduate of NYU’s Masters program in Museum Studies, he has worked in institutions including bitforms gallery and the Museum of Modern Art.
Window Sessions: Chris Romero and Wang Yefeng Wednesday, January 25 78:30pm ICI Curatorial Hub 401 Broadway, Suite 1620 FREE and open to the public Independent curator Chris Romero discusses his web-based curatorial project Tokyo Window Sessions, followed by a conversation with media artist Wang Yefeng. Most recently, Chris Romero participated in curatorial residencies at Tokyo […]read more »