Amanda Krugliak is a conceptual artist, performance artist, and arts curator who considers time, story, and how objects serve as traces of human experience. Her performance and curatorial work explore the fluidity of personal as well as collective identity, public and private space, disposability and displacement as they relate to gender, race and culture. She has performed her original monologues nationally most notably at NYU, SF Fringe festival, Chicago Links Hall, University of Michigan School of Art, and the Detroit Institute of Art. Her solo live and taped performance "I Am Running" was curated for Artpriz by Barbara Kratchman in 2011. Her projects have been cited in Hyperallergic, Salon, the New York Times, Al Jazeera, and PBS. http://hyperallergic.com/65963/curating-the-traces-of-illegal-immigration/ As a curator, she has worked with artists such as Mark Dion, Richard Barnes, Jennifer Karady, Canan Tolon, The Open-Ended Group, Mary Sibande, Charles Atlas, Eric Bogosian, Scott Hocking, Shani Peters, and Jen Davis. In 2013, she served as a creative consultant for journalist Michelle Norris curating The Race Card Project at the University of Michigan. Most recently, she curated and designed the first serious exhibition of renowned graphic memoirist Alison Bechdel. http://hyperallergic.com/183635/feeling-at-home-with-alison-bechdel/ She has served as the University of Michigan Institute for the Humanities Arts Curator since 2007.
Amanda's ArtPrize Entries
These are Amanda's official ArtPrize entries from this year and past years.
Amanda's Past Work
These are images of past work that Amanda has done.