Courtney Fiske is a doctoral candidate in Columbia’s Art History department specializing in the 20th century. For the 2018-19 academic year, she will be a Luce/ACLS Fellow in American Art. Her dissertation concerns Gordon Matta-Clark and the question of sculpture circa 1970. She has taught widely in the Columbia undergraduate curriculum, including courses on the neo-avant-garde and the history of Western art. She graduated from Harvard in May 2011. Her writing has also appeared in Grey Room, Artforum, Art in America, The Brooklyn Rail, Film Comment, and various artists’ books and museum catalogs. Prior to attending Columbia, she was a curatorial researcher at Dia Art Foundation, where her focus was the Carl Andre retrospective. She previously worked with the Judd Foundation in both New York and Marfa, Texas. She can be reached at cafiske [at] gmail [dot] com.