Ruslana Lichtzier

Rusland Lichtzier (b. Tomsk, Russia, 1984) is a writer, curator, and educator. Born in Russia and raised in Israel, she received her BFA with honors from Bezalel Academy of Fine Arts and Design (Jerusalem, Israel) and the MA in Visual and Critical Studies from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), where she also teaches. Her background as a migrant is a principal force in creating cultural productions that push toward the radicalization of differences while highlighting ethical stands. Recent productions include "Terrorists in The Library," a research project in form of a group exhibition at Harold Washington College in (Chicago), and the group exhibition "Dark Cartographies" at Efrain Lopez Gallery (Chicago), where she is currently the head curator.

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