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Brian Karl

Brian Karl has produced and publicly presented words, images, sounds, and various other manifestations in and about: Arab music, art exhibitions, avant rock, critical thinking, cultural anthropology, ethnicity, experimental documentaries, geopolitics, interspecies understandings, intellectual property, media studies, migration, Moroccan pop, nature studies, oral histories, social theory, Turkish cemeteries, urban development, video art, and visual anthropology.

Among the venues his work has appeared in are: ArtForum, Art in General, Art Practical, California College of the Arts, CBGB’s, Composers Forum, the Contemporary Jewish Museum San Francisco, Creative Time, Harvestworks Media Arts, Headlands, Hyperallergic, the Jewish Museum, the Journal for Middle East Studies, the Journal for North African Studies, the Kadist Foundation, the Kitchen, the Knitting Factory, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), Merkin Hall, Migration Studies, the New York Video Festival, the Pacific Film Archive, Roulette, the San Francisco Art Institute, the San Francisco International Film Festival, Skirball Center for the Arts, Tellus Audio Magazine, Postmasters Gallery, Threadwaxing Space, Wattis Institute of the Arts, the Whitney Biennial, and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

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