Brigette Brown is a studio artist and critic who comes to New York from Los Angeles — the land of palm trees, sunshine, and bacon-wrapped hot dogs. A native of Southern California, she received her bachelor’s degree in studio art and graphic design from California State University, Long Beach. Brigette has worked for the Museum of Latin American Art, written for Disegno and Surface, researched for Metropolis, and edited a publication for Domus. Brigette enjoys writing about the junction of race, class, urbanism and design. Since graduation, she had guest lectured at the Art Center College of Design’s MFA Media Design Practices + Field program, worked with Materials & Applications and CSULB’s University Art Museum. Brigette looks forward to a career as an editor, researcher and critic.