David Brody is an artist and writer living in Brooklyn, New York. He has shown wall drawings widely, including at The Drawing Center and The Brooklyn Museum, and his digital animations have been shown at the Reina Sofia Museum, MoMA, and the Centre Georges Pompidou. He has had recent solo shows of paintings at Pierogi Gallery in Brooklyn and at Sometimes (works of art), James Siena's project gallery on Canal Street, New York. His art criticism is regularly published on Artcritical.com and he has written for Cabinet and Bomb magazines. He recently published an interview with Phillip Taaffe for the catalogue of Taaffe's ten-year retrospective at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Brody was born in New York City in 1958, attended Harvard University, Skowhegan, and CalArts. He has been awarded residencies at Hallwalls, The MacDowell Colony, Yaddo, PS122, and the Marie Walsh Sharpe Studio Program.