Sarah Myers is an art historian and curator, currently pursuing her PhD in Art History at Stony Brook University. Her scholarship focuses on global contemporary art and American art since the 1980s. Her research interests include the role of historiography in visual art practices, alternative modes of curation and display, frameworks of utopia and dystopia in American culture, the use of speculative fiction and alternate history in contemporary art, and the intersection of politics and aesthetics. She utilizes critical race theory, feminist and queer theory, and media studies in her writing. She is currently researching New York-based art collectives of the ‘80s and ‘90s and their methods of (re)envisioning history and the shaping of time at the turn of the century. Most recently, she co-curated "Printing Solidarity: Tricontinental Graphics from Cuba," an exhibition of global printed matter published in the 1960s-70s by the Organization of Solidarity with the Peoples of Africa, Asia, and Latin America (OSPAAAL) at the Zuccaire Gallery at Stony Brook University.