Max is a curator and producer working to promote public engagement through experiences of art, media, and design. His research and artistic practice incorporates philosophy and theory with installation, performance, and creative technology, focusing on the relationship between technology and culture. At Storefront for Art and Architecture, Max facilitates the development and implementation of exhibitions at Storefront ‘s gallery space, and works with staff and external partners to produce ongoing programming and projects in the gallery space and elsewhere.
Max has worked as a media specialist in art and education institutions including the Guggenheim Museum; the United Nations International School; and the Arts, Letters, and Numbers school. He co-founded Sonic Platforms, a sound-based media collective that facilitates interactive sound and video in public art and design. He holds a BA in Philosophy and a Master of Science in Critical, Curatorial and Conceptual Practices in Architecture (CCCP) from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation (GSAPP), where he researched how aural interfaces influence the public through the built environment and information display.