Adeola Enigbokan is an artist, writer and urbanist based in New York City. She holds a PhD in Environmental Psychology from the City University of New York, where she completed her doctoral dissertation on urbanism and critical archival practices in contemporary Russian art. She also holds an MPhil in Anthropology and Historical Studies from The New School for Social Research and a BA from Columbia University. Her work has appeared internationally in diverse contexts, such as: Multimedia Museum of Art (Moscow), Center for Independent Social Research (Saint Petersburg), Articule (Montreal), Van Leer Institute (Jerusalem), El Museo del Barrio (New York), Queens Museum (New York), Anthology Film Archives (New York), Royal Geographical Society (London), Royal Institute for British Architects (London) and Beijing Normal University. She has written for The New Inquiry,Cultural Geographies, English Language Notes, and the Journal of Urbanism. She has taught Urban and Social Theory, Art, Architecture and Cultural Studies at Queens College, Hunter College and The New School’s Eugene Lang College. She currently teaches in the Department of Technology, Culture and Society at NYU.