Thanks to Ivan Lozano for bringing video and performance deeper into the conversation. Up next is Baseera Khan. Baseera is a practicing artist and curator living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Khan received her BFA in Drawing/Painting at The University of North Texas in 2005. Also in 2005, she completed a one year artist-in-residence program at the University of Texas at Dallas. While in residence, Khan was awarded an Arch and Anne Gilles Kimbrough Fund through the Dallas Museum of Art. Khan has exhibited her work in galleries and museums throughout Texas and nationally. She is currently represented by the New York- and San Francisco-based Hosfelt Gallery. Khan’s work was included in the Younger Than Jesus: Artist Directory, published in 2009 by Phaidon Press Ltd. for the New Museum, New York. She is currently showing in a group exhibition at the Barbara Walters Gallery at Sarah Lawrence College. Khan is a member of the board of the South Asian Women’s Creative Collective. She also maintains a position as Assistant Curator at BRIC Contemporary Art a program of BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn, and at BRIC Rotunda Gallery she has curated a number of public programs and exhibitions.