Jennifer Kabat is an art critic who also writes about rural life. She has recently written about feminism in the work of Marlene McCarty, Colleen Asper, and Kate Newby; activism in the early 1990s (ACT UP, Gran Fury, 1993); and the art world’s influence in rural places. She is planning to research and write on the American landscape tradition and drone technology; regionalism; art exploring globalism, class, and urban/rural dichotomies; the role of language in feminist art; and disaster and art’s place in recovery.
Jennifer Kabat lives in rural upstate New York. Her journalism and criticism have appeared in the
Guardian, Wired, Wallpaper, New York Magazine,
. She writes frequently for
where she is a contributing editor. She is a founding editor of the
, where she writes about contemporary art and rural life. She recently joined the board of the Prattsville Art Center in the Catskills and chaired a talk at Frieze London on ACT UP, queer protest, and art.