Kate Kraczon is Assistant Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania. She is currently working with artist Karla Black on her first major museum exhibition in the US; is pursuing a project with artists Angel Nevarez and Valerie Tevere; and is organizing curator of ICAs upcoming 50th anniversary exhibition. She recently co-curated the group exhibition First Among Equals (2012, with Alex Klein), which considered the various modes that contemporary artists have developed to work with their peers and reach across generations. Previous exhibitions include One is the loneliest number (2011), featuring artist duos based in Philadelphia and elsewhere; Summer Studio with Anthony Campuzano (2010), a month-long free art school and working artists studio in the ICA galleries; Touch Sensitive: Anthony Campuzano (2009), the first museum show of an artist whose work is largely text-based; and Asking Not Telling (2009), a video show presenting works that use the tropes of documentary filmmaking to capture, record, (re)record, and represent cultural memory. Since 2009 Kraczon has organized ICAs annual juried film and video exhibition Open Video Call, and she was the receiving curator for the traveling exhibitions Jeremy Deller: Joy in People (2012) and Tim Rollins and K.O.S.: A History (2009). She joined ICA as Curatorial Assistant in 2008 from the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and is a graduate of Oberlin College.