Jennifer Teets is a curator and writer. Her recent work takes the form of scripted scenarios where information, technique, theory and aesthetics transpire in sites of historical and spatial divergence. Recent exhibitions include “This place you see has no size at all,” Kadist Art Foundation, Paris (2009); “A clock that runs on mud,” Galeria Stereo, Poznan, (2011); “The world is bound in secret knots,” Fondazione Giuliani, Rome, (2012); “Vinimos a soñar: France Fiction,” Museo Experimental El Eco, Mexico City (2012); “Boustrophedonic procession,” (w/Darius Mikšys) Objectif Exhibitions, Antwerp (2012/2013). From 2003-2007, she spearheaded the contemporary art program at the Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros (the former house/studio of Mexican Muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros) in Mexico City. Her personal writing relates to her interest in speculative science, philosophy, ecology, and ficto-criticism. She has written for Art-Agenda, frieze, Mousse, Novembre, Spike Art Quarterly, NERO, FROG, and Metropolis M, amongst others. In the fall of 2013, she’ll participate in the “Programme of experimentation in arts and politics” (SPEAP) held at SciencesPo, Paris, an initiative of the leading French sociologist of science, Bruno Latour. She lives and works in Paris.