Cecelia Thornton-Alson, currently a designer and curator in the Bay Area of California, holds an MA in Modern Art from Columbia University and a BArch with a minor in Art History from the University of Pennsylvania. Thornton-Alson’s research focuses on the intersection of art, social change, and spatial politics in urban fabrics, such as those of New York, Europe, and Latin America. Thornton-Alson is in the process of renovating a 1906 Edwardian building, as well as undertaking the re-programming of the traveling fellowship: the Curatorial Program for Research.
"CONVERGING IN SPACE ART, ARCHITECTURE, AND URBANISM IN P.S. 1’s ROOMS EXHIBITION,"
IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse: Vol. 7, Article 13.