Candice Hopkins is an independent curator and writer based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Her writings on history, art, and vernacular architecture are published by the National Gallery of Canada, New York University, Blackdog Publishing, MIT Press, FUSE Magazine,Canadian Art, and The Fillip Review to name a few. She has lectured widely at venues including the Witte de With, the Dakar Biennale, and Tate Modern. In 2012 Hopkins presented a keynote lecture on the topic of the “sovereign imagination” for dOCUMENTA 13. Her recent curatorial projects include Close Encounters: The Next 500 Years a multi-site exhibition in Winnipeg co-curated with Steve Loft, Jenny Western and Lee-Ann Martin andSakahàn: International Indigenous Art co-curated with Greg Hill and Christine Lalonde, the National Gallery of Canada's largest survey of recent Indigenous art. Hopkins is curator with Lucia Sanroman, Irene Hoffmann and Janet Dees, on the 2014 SITE Santa Fe biennial exhibition, Unsettled Landscapes.