Theater-maker, questioner and teacher.
Aaron Landsman is a 2017-19 Abrons Arts Center Social Practice Artist In Residence, and a recent Guggenheim Fellow and Princeton Arts Fellow. His projects have been presented in New York by The Foundry Theatre, Abrons, PS 122, The Chocolate Factory, and HERE. From 2012-14 his participatory work City Council Meeting, created with Mallory Catlett and Jim Findlay, was presented in five US cities. He is in year three of a 20-year art and activism project called Perfect City and developing an international collaboration about translation and oligarchy called Language Reversal. He has taught at and guest lectured widely. As a performer, Aaron has appeared with Elevator Repair Service, Richard Maxwell, Tory Vazquez, Tim Etchells, Julia Jarcho and Andea Kleine. His writing has been published in several journals, and he has a chapter in the book A Moment on the Clock of the World, edited by Melanie Joseph and David Bruin.