Anuradha Vikram is a writer, curator, and educator based in Los Angeles, CA.


My latest essay for X-TRA considers last winter's Nam June Paik exhibition at Asia Society. I explore the ways in which Paik anticipated contemporary social computing and posthuman philosophy while considering how he operated across and between Asian and Western conceptual frameworks.

I recently participated in a round-table discussion on Artsy, "Can Art Change the Future for Racial and Ethnic Identity?" with Ryan Wong and Jessica Lynne, moderated by Ellen Yoshi Tani.

My most recent #Hashtags column for Daily Serving looks at the new Whitney Museum in the context of its downtown neighborhood and its reorganized collection, presented in the inaugural exhibition "America Is Hard to See." The title is borrowed from a work by Suzanne Lacy, my chair in the Graduate Public Practice program at Otis College of Art and Design.

I was interviewed by Brainard Carey for Yale University Radio WYBCX in April about my curatorial and writing work. Listen to the full interview here.

On a personal note, my son Zain was born on September 1, 2015 at 10:47 pm, weighing 5 lbs 13 oz and 19" long. He is a delightful addition to our family, as my daughter will attest.