Joshua Lubin-Levy is a Brooklyn-based writer, scholar and dramaturg who works at the intersections of contemporary choreography and queer materialism. His public programs include Fred Herko: A Crash Course, Performance Studies NYU (2014); Ephemera As Evidence, commissioned by Visual AIDS, La MaMa Galleria (2014); Living Labor: Marxism & Performance Studies, Performance Studies NYU (2014). As a dramaturg, he has worked with a range of artists including Dean Moss, Julie Tolentino, Richard Move, Vaginal Davis and Jack Ferver.  His residencies include an multi-year collaboration with the Norwegian Theater Academy (2012 – 2015) and GuestHaus Residency, Los Angeles (2014).  He is the co-founder (with Alan Ruiz and Aliza Shvarts) of Lumpen: a journal of queer materialism.

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