Jane Ursula Harris’s article “Unruly Bodies: Confronting Ableism with Aberrance” will center the work of Jesse Darling, Mae Howard, and Berenice Olmedo. These three artists use the paraphernalia of disability to conjure precarious bodies, confront the myth of autonomy, envision mutual care, and challenge ableist notions of wellness and productivity.                

Jane Ursula Harris is an art writer, adjunct instructor, and curator. In addition to exhibition catalogs, her writing has appeared in Artforum, Art in America, Art Journal, The Believer, BOMB, Bookforum, Brooklyn Rail, Cultural Politics, Cultured Magazine, Flash Art, frieze, GARAGE, Paris Review, PAJ, TDR, Time Out New York, and the Village Voice.