Renée Reizman is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, and curator. She coauthors dialogues in diverse communities to study the ways infrastructure shape our culture, policy, and environment. She currently teaches graphic design and digital art at Pepperdine University and the University of Southern California.
Renée has engaged with the public through the Los Angeles Department of Transportation, Canyonlands Solid Waste Authority, Kolaj Institute, the Library Foundation of Los Angeles, The Feminist Center for Creative Work, 826LA, Antelope Valley College, and Machine Project. She has exhibited work at Access Gallery (Vancouver, British Columbia,) the Irvine Fine Arts Center, Monte Vista Projects, Unit 5 Gallery, UCLA Broad Arts Center, California State University Long Beach, and the Museum of Human Achievement (Austin, TX). Her writing appears in Art in America, New York Magazine, The Atlantic, Vice, Teen Vogue, InStyle, Chicago Magazine, Slate, Hyperallergic, ARTNews, The Awl, and more. Renée has been an Artist in Residence at Franconia Sculpture Park, Moab Arts, Northwestern Oklahoma State University, NAVEL, Art Farm, and the Museum of Human Achievement. Renée holds an MFA in Art: Critical & Curatorial Studies at the University of California, Irvine.