Jeanne Graff is a writer and curator born in Lausanne, Switzerland and lives in New York. Her first novel Vzszhhzz was published in 2018 by Semiotext(e) MIT Press. She is a columnist for May Revue (Paris), works in a vineyard, and has been teaching at HEAD art school in Geneva, Harvard, and Hong Kong University. In 2014, Graff founded 186f Kepler, an art space without walls, she has organized numerous international exhibitions, and recently completed a writing residency at Villa Noailles in Hyeres, France, documenta 14 Athens, and Yi:projectspace Beijing.
In the Work.Master Jeanne Graff teaches a Labzone workshop and is a practise tutor.