Dr. Nina Horisaki-Christens is currently a Mary Griggs Burke Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow at Columbia University. She earned her Ph.D. from the Department of Art History and Archaeology and the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society at Columbia University in 2021. She was a 2017-18 Fulbright Graduate Research Fellow and a visiting researcher at the Institute of Comparative Culture at Sophia University from 2017-19, where she investigated the development of video practices by Tokyo-based artists in the 1970s. She assisted with the Japan Society's 2019 exhibition "Made in Tokyo: Architecture & Living, 1964/2020," served as Research Assistant for "Gutai: Splendid Playground" at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (2013), was a 2012-13 Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellow in the Whitney Museum's Independent Study Program, and previously worked as Assistant Curator and Interim Programs Manager at Art in General. She has also contributed to publications produced by ArtAsiaPacific, Art Tower Mito, the Mori Art Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art, ArtPhil, Takuro Someya Gallery, Art in General, and Hyperallergic, and produced translations for Art Platform Japan BUNKA-CHO, Josai University's Review of Japanese Culture and Society, and Tokyo Opera City, among others.