Eleonor Botoman is currently a master’s student in NYU’s Experimental Humanities and Museum Studies program where she studies environmental justice and climate change impacts in the art world. They have previously held positions at Brooklyn Art Library, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Center for Architecture. Their art and literary criticism has appeared in C Magazine, Artforum, CURSOR, and more. When she’s not devouring poetry or science fiction, you can find her drafting her monthly Substack newsletter, Screenshot Reliquary.
Recent Ideas from Eleonor Botoman
Consequences of Perspective
As part of the larger strategy to keep our decaying nuclear waste undisturbed in long-term storage facilities, linguists, artists, and scientists alike have proposed building monuments over and around the areas where the waste is concealed to discourage future generations from entering these toxic ...