Jordan Stein is an independent curator and collaborator with an interest in expanded models and methods of exhibition making, history as medium, and the practice of research. Jordan is currently the curator of special projects at the Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, where he is organizing a host of historically minded actions in the fall of 2015, including an archival exhibition and related events. Since 2012, he has worked as guest curator at Philip Johnson’s Glass House (New Canaan, CT), where his slowly unfolding exhibition Night (1947-2015) is the first ever held on-site. He is a cofounder of Will Brown, a para-curatorial/artist-run experiment that explores exhibition-making as a critical practice. He currently serves on the graduate faculty of California College of the Arts and is a Center for Art & Inquiry advisor at the Exploratorium, where he worked from 2010 to 2014 as assistant curator.