Born in 1982, Atlanta, GA. Lives and works in New York, NY.
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Additionally, Marcus's visual, curatorial, and performative work has been reviewed in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Art in America, Artforum, Cura, Architectural Digest, Mousse Magazine, Vogue, and Foundations Magazine.
Marcus treats groundwork as intrinsic to her art practice; she became a certified full-spectrum doula in 2020 and serves women in need throughout New York City. Marcus’s art practice also includes curating, teaching, and writing. In 2010 and 2011, she founded and produced The Dependent Art Fair in New York, and has since spearheaded multiple curatorial endeavors. Marcus has published essays for the Theo Westenberger Foundation, ArtNews, Kunstmuseum Bonn, and DIS Magazine. She has self-published two books: Wits End and Technology is a Slow Job that Never Ends. She has held teaching positions at Cornell University in 2018 and Syracuse University in 2019. Marcus acted as curatorial consultant for Fragments of a Faith Forgotten: The Art of Harry Smith, an exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art on the hermetic filmmaker Harry Smith. The presentation will be on view through January 28, 2024. Marcus's writing on Smith will be published in a forthcoming book titled Heaven and Earth Magic.