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Antajuan Scott

Scott is a Detroit-based independent culture worker, curator and researcher investigating the intersections of society, technology and design.

Most recently, Scott served as Head of Programming and Partnerships with Fathomers in Los Angeles. There he engaged artist and academic communities to support collaborations for public programs and exhibitions. There he was also the recipient of the Andy Warhol Curatorial Research Fellowship and Getty Research Fellowship to support research on bio-art.

Prior to that role, Scott also served as Head of Programming for the Michigan State University Museum and Science Gallery (Detroit). There he was responsible for co-managing its open call process for exhibitions as well as developing and leading public program collaborations with researchers, artists and organizations. Curatorial projects and programs include a 10-episode podcast exploring surveillance across identities called Tracked & Traced produced with WDET, Detroit’s NPR station Collaborations with organizations such as the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, University of Michigan Stamps Gallery and Ars Electronica.

Antajuan Scott
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