Daniella Rose King is a writer and curator concerned with artistic practices of the Caribbean diaspora with a particular focus on feminist readings of transatlantic geographies and their histories of extraction. She is Adjunct Curator of Caribbean Diasporic Art, Hyundai Tate Research Centre: Transnational, where she works closely with the curatorial teams at Tate Modern and Tate Britain. Between 2017-2020 she was the Whitney-Lauder Curatorial fellow at the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, where she curated two interrelated exhibition and publication projects that addressed concerns at the intersection of black geographic thought, feminism, and the environment: The Last Place They Thought Of (2018) and Deborah Anzinger: An Unlikely Birth (2019). Her writing has appeared in Life Between Islands: Caribbean-British Art 1950s to Now (Tate Publishing 2022), Other Cinemas: Politics, Culture and Experimental Film in the 1970s (IB Tauris 2017) and Women and Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory (July-Nov. 2018). She is a Research Associate for the 2021-22 Iniva Archipelagos in Reverse Research Network and was a mentor for the NLS Kingston 2020 Curatorial and Art Writing Fellowship. She holds an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from the Royal College of Art, London.
BY THIS CONTRIBUTOR:
“Embodied Entanglements III: Invasive Species,” published May 10, 2022
“Embodied Entanglements II: Hostile Environments,” published May 10, 2022
“Embodied Entanglements I: The Master’s Tools,” published May 10, 2022