Stuart Comer is The Lonti Ebers Chief Curator of Media and Performance at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. He oversees the collection and diverse program of exhibitions, events, and acquisitions for the Department of Media and Performance. He also leads The Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis Studio, the Museum’s new space dedicated to performance, music, sound, spoken word, and expanded approaches to the moving image. In addition to helping reconceive the Museum’s collection galleries, some of Comer’s recent projects at MoMA have included Adam Pendleton: Who Is Queen? (2021), member: Pope.L, 1978-2001 (2019), Haegue Yang: Handles (2019), Tania Bruguera: Untitled (Havana, 2000) (2018), Mark Leckey: Containers and Their Drivers (with Peter Eleey, MoMA PS1, 2016), BRUCE CONNER: IT’S ALL TRUE (with Rudolf Frieling, Gary Garrels, and Laura Hoptman, 2016), Bouchra Khalili: The Mapping Journey Project (2016), and Transmissions: Art in Eastern Europe and Latin America, 1960–1980 (with Roxana Marcoci and Christian Rattemeyer, 2015). He is co-curating the forthcoming exhibition, Signals: How Video Transformed the World (with Michelle Kuo, 2023) and oversees the Contemporary and Modern Art Perspectives (C-MAP) Asia research group and The Fund for the Twenty-First Century. Mr. Comer was co-curator of the Whitney Museum of American Art’s 2014 Biennial, and from 2004-2013 served as the first Curator of Film at Tate Modern, London.