Ken Ehrlich is an artist and writer based in Los Angeles. He has exhibited internationally in a variety of media, including video, sculpture and photography. His project based practice interweaves architectural, technological and infrastructural themes to enact critical dialogues about political struggles, history and the built environment. His work has been presented at MOCA Los Angeles, LACMA, The Hammer Museum, Museo Carillo Gil, Orange County Museum of Art as well as the streets of Berlin, Curitiba, Copenhagen, Tokyo and Tijuana. His experimental video La Huelga screened widely including in Cine Sin Fronteras, the International Film Festival in Morelia, Mexico. He has also frequently collaborated with architects and other artists on site-responsive and community-based projects in public spaces. He is the editor of Art, Architecture, Pedagogy: Experiments in Learning and co-editor of the Surface Tension book series published by Errant Bodies Press. He teaches in the School of Critical Studies at California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) and lectures in the Departments of Media & Cultural Studies and Art at U.C. Riverside.
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