Lex Morgan Lancaster

Lex Morgan Lancaster

Ph.D candidate (ABD)

Lex’s dissertation, “Dragging Away: Queer Abstraction in Contemporary Art,” focuses on contemporary abstraction produced by queer and feminist artists, examining and re-imagining histories of modernist abstract aesthetics. Lex’s has two forthcoming articles: “Cruising the Grid” in ASAP/Journal (January 2017), and “The Wipe: Sadie Benning’s Queer Abstraction” in Discourse: Journal of Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture. Lex was a 2015 Summer Graduate Intern at the National Gallery of Art, and their curated exhibition, “Our House!! Unsettling the Domestic, Queering the Spaces of the Home,” was the first in the Art History Department’s developing Curatorial Lab Space in the fall of 2013.

Curriculum Vitae (DOCX)