Joshua Lubin-Levy is a writer, curator and dramaturg, as well as a doctoral candidate in the department of Performance Studies at New York University. His dissertation, "Uncollectible: Jack Smith and Performing the 'Hatred of Capitalism'" centers on the artist, performer and filmmaker Jack Smith, looking at the intersection of dematerialization and collection defying arts practices that emerge within postwar American art. He writes between the disciplines of performance, queer theory, contemporary marxist philosophy, and critical approaches to race, gender and sexuality. His curatorial and dramaturgical projects include Subject To Capital (2016); Bilderatlas (2016); Fred Herko: A Crash Course (2014); Ephemera As Evidence (2014); and Living Labor: Marxism & Performance Studies (2014). He is the Public Program Coordinate for Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory, and the co-founder of Lumpen: a journal of queer materialism. He is currently a Joan Tisch Teaching Fellow at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and a Critical Studies participant in the Whitney Independent Study Program.