Anuradha Vikram is a curator, educator, and writer based in Los Angeles. Her book, Decolonizing Culture, is in its third printing. The collection of seventeen essays addresses questions of race and gender parity in contemporary art spaces. Recent publications include a contribution to As radical, as mother, as salad, as shelter: What should art institutions do now? (New York: Paper Monument, 2018); “Underneath the Black Atlantic: Race and Capital in John Akomfrah’s Vertigo Sea” (X-TRA, vol. 21, no 3, Spring 2019); “Phenomenology of a Cyborg: Biological and Technical Systems in the Art of Juan Downey” (X-TRA, vol. 20 no. 3, Spring 2018), “Becoming Human: Nam June Paik’s Futuristic Compassion” (X-TRA, vol. 18 no. 1, Fall 2015), “A Brief and Incomplete History of Art and Technology Ventures in the Bay Area 1980-2010” (Afterimage, vol. 41, no. 6, Summer 2014), and “Sonya Rapoport: A Woman’s Place is in the Studio” (Sonya Rapoport: Pairings of Polarities. Terri Cohn, Ed. Berkeley: Heyday, 2012). She is a regular contributor to X-TRA, and has written for ARTnews, KCET, DAILY SERVING, Hyperallergic, Leonardo, SF Camerawork Journal, Afterimage, Artillery, The Brooklyn Rail, and Open Space, the blog of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.