Bio

Boaz Levin (b. 1989) is an artist, writer and occasional curator. He currently holds a position as a research associate at the UDK, Berlin, where, together with Hito Steyerl, Maximillian Schmoetzer and Vera Tollman, he runs the Research Center for Proxy Politics (RCPP). Since October 2016, Levin is a member of the "Cultures of Critique" research training group at the Leuphana University, Lüneburg.
Levin has presented his work internationally, most recently at the CCA (Tel-Aviv), Former West (HKW, Berlin), Recontres Internationales (Paris, Berlin), Fidmarseille (Marseille), European Media Arts Festival in Osnäbruck, Human Resources (LA) the School of Kyiv (Kyiv biennial) and Auto Italia South East (London).
Last Person Shooter, directed together with Adam Kaplan, was awarded the Ostrovsky Family Fund Award during the Jerusalem Film Festival (2015).
Regarding Spectatorship, an ongoing curatorial research project co-curated together with Marianna Liosi, was shown at Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien Nov 2015-Jan 2016.

Levin is a member of the curatorial team of the 7th edition of the Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie, which will open in September 2017.

Selected recent writing: “A single swing of the shovel”, Former West: Art and the Contemporary After 1989, ed. Boris Buden, Maria Hlavajova, Simon Sheikh, MIT Press (forthcoming March 2017); "The Body of the Web", with Vera Tollmann for Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017 in frieze d/e (2016); "Plunge Into Proxy Politics", with Vera Tollmann, Springerin (2015); "Vision in The Age of Intelligent Machines", Matters Journal (2014).