Rachel Gugelberger is a New York-based curator, writer and arts administrator, and co-founder of 1@111, a series of process-oriented discussions that focus on a single work, text, curatorial premise or proposition. Rachel has consulted on a variety of artist, museum and gallery projects and has a solid track record in the professional advancement of emerging artists. Independent projects include Data Deluge at Ballroom Marfa, TX; Library Science at Artspace, New Haven, CT; and What is left at Curatorial Research Lab/Winkleman Gallery, New York. Rachel has served as co-director of Sara Meltzer Gallery and interim curator at Exit Art in New York, where she curated the organization’s final exhibitions Every Exit Is an Entrance: 30 Years of Exit Art and Collective/Performative. Her projects have been reviewed in The New York Times, Modern Painters, TimeOut New York, New York Magazine, Paris Review and Performance Art Journal. Essays include “Making Strange: The Parallel Lives of Cheon-Wook Park’s Objects and Images” (Seoul Art Space Geumcheon, 2012), “Many Failed Returns” in Diana Shpungin: (Untitled) Portrait of Dad (Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, 2011) and in “In Through the Out Door” in Unfinished Memories: 30 Years of Exit Art (Steidl, forthcoming). Several of her essays were published in International Art Galleries: Post-War to Post-Millennium (Dumont Literatur/Kunst Verlag, 2009.