Erik DeLuca is an interdisciplinary artist and experimental musician. Drawing from on-the-ground research and archival inquiry, his current site-responsive process is about technologies of dispossession, reparations, and fraught geopolitical memory culture. His projects have been included at Braunschweig University of Art, Kling & Bang, Sweet Pass Sculpture Park, MASS MoCA, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, and Fieldwork: Marfa. His writing is published in Public Art Dialogue, Mousse, Third Text, The Wire, and Boston Art Review. Erik received a PhD from the University of Virginia, was a resident at Skowhegan School for Painting and Sculpture, and worked in Myanmar as an Asian Cultural Council Fellow. He taught at Iceland University of the Arts, Brown University, and Rhode Island School of Design. Erik recently participated in the Palestinian American Research Center's Faculty Development Seminar and is Associate Professor of Art Education and Contemporary Art Practice at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. erikdeluca[@]

Palestine Sunbird 



Montez Press Radio

Radio, Ctrl, Diffuse



Fridman Gallery

A Tentative Speech



Public Art Dialogue

Holding Humanity



Boston Art Review