Gavin Kroeber is an artist, writer, and head of the interdisciplinary curatorial office The Studio for Art & Urbanism. His projects and writings, which poach from visual art, urban theory, and performance, are concerned broadly with cultural dynamics of power and in particular with their expression in the poetics of place. His current work is focused on the extreme urbanism of America's Western Sun Belt and redirective approaches to landscape. Projects in development include the performance-lecture Verdant Cities: A Warning and two public programs in St. Louis: the Fall 2017 social series At the Edge of Everything Else and a Spring 2018 event, The Autumnal City: A Midwestern Festival of Urbanism and Futurism. He is half of the curatorial collaborative Experience Economies (with Rebecca Uchill) and holds a Master of Design Studies in Art, Design, and the Public Domain from the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Experience Economies is an event-based research, art, and curatorial collaboration with Rebecca Uchill. Early projects (2010-2012) featured presentations, performances, and other contributions by Caitlin Berrigan, Tania Bruguera, Theaster Gates, David Levine, and others. Recent projects like At Home He’s a Tourist (2014) and Landscape Experience (2015) are featured on this site. A full archive of projects can be found on the Experience Economies website.