Alan Ruiz is a visual artist whose work explores architectural space as both a perceptual and a political medium.
MFA Yale University, New Haven CT.
BFA Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY.
Ruiz, Alan. Context Contingent: Ghislaine Leung Interviewed by Alan Ruiz. BOMB Magazine. 2019.
Ruiz, Alan. "What is a Screen, What Does it Do?" Gulf Coast Journal. Fall 2018.
Ruiz, Alan. Indirect Action. 2018. Omnipresence Catalogue, Whitney Museum
Ruiz, Alan System Failure: Paul Sharits Works from the Emily Harvey Collection and Archive Millennium Film Journal (Issue 68) Fall 2018.
Ruiz, Alan Spatial Alchemy. 2018. Ed.
Ruiz, Alan "Life After Sundown: Disco Architecture in the Global City". 2017. Archinect.
Ruiz, Alan. “Radical formalism” in Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory. Volume 26.2-3: Living Labor: Marxism & Performance Studies. 2017
Ruiz, Alan. "Uneven Development: On Beirut and Plein Air" Queens International 2016 Catalogue. Queens Museum. 2016.
Ruiz, Alan. ""Western Standards" TDR: The Drama Review, Volume 59, Number 4, New Materialism and Performance. Winter 2015 (T228), pp. 2-3. MIT Press.
Ruiz, Alan. "No-Stop City". Invisible Culture: An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture, Issue 23: Blueprints, Rochester University. 2015.
Ruiz. Alan. "Tom Burr by Alan Ruiz". BOMB Magazine. Winter 2015.
Creative Capital Award (2019)
Whitney Museum Independent Study Program (2015-2016)
Architecture without Architect
Art, Space & the Global City (Spring 2021)
Border as Method: DSC
Border as Method: Platform
Thesis Seminar 2 (Spring 2021)