Roles in Archive: Artist, Speaker
Tracie D. Morris is an interdisciplinary poet and scholar who has worked extensively as a sound artist, writer, bandleader, and multimedia performer. Her installations have been presented at the Whitney Biennial, Ronald Feldman Gallery, and the Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning. She holds an MFA in poetry from Hunter College and a PhD in Performance Studies from New York University. Morris is an Associate Professor of Humanities and Media Studies at Pratt Institute. She is completing two books: an academic work Who Do with Words on the work of philosopher J.L. Austin and a poetry collection, Rhyme Scheme as well as an untitled CD with music.