Micah Silver is an artist and curator. His installation and performance work has been produced by Mass MoCA, the Jersey City Museum, Issue Project Room (NYC), Artspace New Haven, the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, The James Joyce Centre (Dublin), The Place (St. Petersburg), and the 2008 MATA Festival (NYC) among others. In 2012 he will present with Palais de Tokyo in Paris and OK Zentrum in Linz. He has guest lectured at Universities in the northeast and his writings have been published in online and print media in the United States, France, and Germany.
Since 2003 Silver has also been active as a curator and co-conspirator in the work of other artists. He was director of the Earle Brown Music Foundation (archive) from 2002-2006, Associate Curator at Diapason Gallery (NYC) from 2003-2006, and since 2006 was the founding curator for music and sound at the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (Troy, NY). In 2009, with Robert The, he initiated the Maryanne Amacher Archive. He holds a degree in Music from Wesleyan University and is currently at the Program in Art, Culture, and Technology at MIT.