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Michael Connor is a New York-based curator and media historian. Since 2007, Connor has worked as co-curator of a permanent exhibition that explores screen culture in all its forms, opening September 2009 at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image. He also co-organized the exhibition The Thousand and One Nights, an exhibition featuring works by six contemporary artists from Palestine. His 2008 exhibition The New Normal, exploring the theme of privacy in artists' work, is currently touring through Independent Curators International. Previously, Connor worked as Head of Exhibitions at BFI Southbank in London. While there, he established a new gallery dedicated to artists' film, video, and new media, as well as an interactive moving image archive known as the Mediatheque. From 2002 to 2005, Connor worked as a curator at FACT in Liverpool. Connor is an adjunct lecturer at Brooklyn College.





  Michael Connor