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Trinie Dalton is an author, editor, and curator. Her books alternate between art projects and fiction, often combining the two. Her exhibition and curatorial projects frequently entail handmade publications and participatory elements. Dalton writes about art, books, and music for venues such as Bookforum, Artforum.com, The Believer, Bomb, Modern Painters, and Paper. She writes essays for artists monographs, and has taught fiction workshops, bookmaking, and critical writing at various schools.


M.F.A. Creative Writing/Fiction Bennington Writing Seminars
B.A. English: Creative Writing/Poetry University of Southern California


MFA Fine Arts Thesis Workshop
Art Center College of Design
Low-Residency MFA Writing in Fiction
Vermont College of Fine Arts
Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts
Bard College
Dornsife School of Liberal Arts, English Department
University of Southern California
Steinhardt Department of Art and Art Professions
Writing for Performance, Publication, and Media Department
Pratt Institute


The Joy of Looking: Contemporary Video Art from LA & NY, Curated by Dalton for Cinemarfa (May 2012, Marfa)
Sync Speaks, Group exhibition and workshop at Synchronicity Space (July 2011, Los Angeles)
Homunculi, Curated by Dalton for CANADA Gallery (July 2011, New York)
History of Photocopy + Copy Art, Group exhibition and workshop for Las Cienegas Projects (January 2010, Los Angeles)
Bruno Munari + Xerography, Group exhibition and workshop for PIG Sunday School Series, Curated by Gelatin for Deitch Projects (August 2009, New York)


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