Amanda Parmer’s writing, archival and curatorial work focuses on environmental issues as well as gender construction and representations. In 2014 she inaugurated PARMER— a space for exhibitions, programming and writing that focuses on feminism and feminist strategies. She has presented exhibitions, programs and events in collaboration with e-flux; the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Gallery, Sheila C. Johnson Design Center at Parsons, the New School; The New York Armory and Volta Shows; The Kitchen as well as Cleopatra’s, Brooklyn and Berlin and she has held residencies at the Abrons Art Center in New York as well as the Henie Onstad Kunstsenter in Norway. She has contributed catalog essays for publications issued by the CUE Art Foundation, Brandts Museum of Photographic Art, Fotografisk Center and Whitney Museum of Art. She is also a contributing writer for Art in America, Art&Education, Artforum.com and Bomblog and has been a visiting critic at Cooper Union; Lower Manhattan Cultural Council; Parsons, the New School; School of Visual Arts. She graduated from Rhode Island School of Design and attended the Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program as well as the New Museum Seminars: (Temporary) Collection of Ideas.