A recent visiting scholar at NYU’s Center for Experimental Humanities and Social Engagement, Dawn Chan is a frequent contributor to Artforum magazine, where she worked as an editor for nearly a decade. Her criticism and journalism have also been published in the Atlantic.com, Bookforum, the New York Times, the New Yorker’s Elements blog, New York Magazine, the Paris Review, and the Village Voice, among other venues. She has contributed essays to catalogues and monographs for Ai Weiwei, Beverly Fishman, Luis Gispert, and the Okayama Art Summit, and has spoken at NYU’s Institute of Fine Arts; at the Guggenheim Museum’s symposium, Technology Is History; and as part of SAIC’s Conversations at the Edge series. In 2012, with Alexander Provan, she co-edited “Common Minds,” a Triple Canopy special project on the contemporary infatuation with the brain. She is the recipient of a 2018 Warhol Arts Writers Grant and a Thoma Foundation 2018 Arts Writing Award in Digital Art for an emerging arts writer.