Christen Clifford is a feminist performance artist, writer, curator, mother, and teaches at Lang College. Her work has been shown at The New Museum, Eva Presenhuber, AUNTSisdance, The Culture Project, PS 122/SoloNova, Grace Exhibition Space, Panoply Lab, Dixon Place, Postmasters Gallery, Vox Populii, ArtShare LA, Project for Empty Space, EFA Project Space, Art in Odd Places and abroad in Slovenia and Canada and across the U.S. Her installation Interiors: We Are All Pink Inside was a Critic’s Pick in Artforum, called “….transgressive, haptic, porous, and intimate.” She is the winner of the Gregory Millard Fellowship in NonFiction writing from NYFA, and fellowships and residencies from Women Make Movies, IFP, Project for Empty Space, Some Serious Business, and The Museum of Motherhood. She organized the first Sexual Justice Symposium at TNS in 2019. At Lang, she has taught What is Rape Culture?, Rape Culture and Sexual Justice, The Body in Performance Art, Contempory Feminisms, and Illness and Healing.