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Esther Moerdler is a curator and art historian originally from the United States. Her research has included curating in relation to the climate crisis, the role of art in shaping public opinion and dealing with trauma and curating art in the digital age. As a student of history, art history and sociology, she studies how cultural production reflects social progression and development.
Esther’s research into curating and climate change was presented at the 'Art in the Anthropocene' conference at Trinity College Dublin in June 2019. She has also worked with a number of institutions in both the United States and United Kingdom, including Flat Time House and The Photographers’ Gallery. Her graduate project in 2019 was done in partnership with the latter and was entitled ‘For The Time Being.’