janna dyk lives and works in new york city, where she is an artist and independent curator. in 2015 she received an mfa in combined media from hunter college, prior to studying photography at the school of visual arts (new york), and literature and spanish linguistics in undergraduate. a 2015 nominee for the rema hort foundation artist award, she has exhibited work and participated in residencies in the united states and china. recent projects include shall we talk or will we just gaze (2014) and to tell you (2015), both at 205 hudson street (new york). she is a curatorial fellow at booklyn artist alliance. select curatorial projects include reverse (2012) and [on silence] (2012) at the new york center for art & media studies, open cage: new york (2012) at eyebeam center for art + technology; strange labor (2015), cottage industry (2015), hard to place (2016), and family portraits (2016) at booklyn. she is editor of a house without a roof, a forthcoming trilingual artist book with adam golfer and ghazaal vojdani. her art and curatorial projects have been reviewed in, among others, the curator, seen, artforum, art in america, and hyperallergic.