DAVID LEVINE is an artist based in New York, and Berlin, whose work encompasses theater, performance, video and photography. His performance projects have been seen at MoMA, Mass MoCA, Documenta XII, PS122, the Watermill Center, and Gavin Brown@Passerby, and his video and photographic work has been exhibited at Cairo’s Townhhouse Gallery, HAU2 (Berlin), ISCP (New York), TPW Gallery (Toronto), the Goethe Institut New York, François Ghebaly Gallery in Los Angeles, and Galerie Feinkost in Berlin.
He was awarded at 2007 Kulturstiftung Des Bundes grant for Bauerntheater, and a 2009 Etant Donnés grant for Venice Saved: a Seminar, which premiered at PS122. His work has been featured or reviewed in Artforum, Art in America, the New York Times, the Believer, Bomb, Theater and Von Hundert, and he has published artists’ projects and essays in Cultural Politics, Triple Canopy and Cabinet, for whom he created the performance Talk Show in 2011. In 2008 he taught as a guest professor at the Institut für Theaterwissenchaft at the Freie Universität Berlin, and has conducted guest seminars and lectures at the Pratt Institute, the Kennedy School Berlin, Theaterakademie Hamburg, Sarah Lawrence College in the US, and Columbia University. He holds an MA in English Literature from Harvard University.