MOBIUS x Caitlin Murray
FCINY is excited to announce its latest MOBIUS Fellowship collaboration with Caitlin Murray of Judd Foundation and Archinfo Finland.
Caitlin Murray is the Director of Marfa Programs and Archivist at Judd Foundation where she has worked since 2008. She has co-edited Donald Judd Writings (2016) and The Present Order: Writings on the Work of Ian Hamilton Finlay (2011) and is the author of Flaubert’s Breath(2018), an artist’s book.
During her research trip to Helsinki and Jyväskylä in August 2018, Murray, with support from Judd Foundation and her MOBIUS fellowship partner organization, Archinfo Finland will research the formal and theoretical connections between Alvar Aalto and Donald Judd. Results of this research will serve as the foundation for talks to be given in both New York and Marfa.
In addition to her work at Judd Foundation, Murray is the co-owner of the Marfa Book Company; an Advisory Member of Yale Union (YU), a center for contemporary art in Portland, Oregon; and a committee member of in front of us, a film series that features films by women directors, producers, and screenwriters. Through the Marfa Book Co. Murray has hosted exhibitions of work by Roni Horn, Ed Ruscha, Luis Camnitzer, Aaron Flint Jamison, Rosa Barba, James Benning, Robert Grenier, and Jean Baptiste-Bernadet. With her collaborator, Tim Johnson, Murray has recently opened 300 S Kelly St, an artist-run gallery in Marfa, Texas. She is currently working on a forthcoming publication of Donald Judd interviews.