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Karen Archey (b. 1985) is an art critic and curator based in New York. She acts as the Editor-at-Large of Rhizome at the New Museum and the Curatorial Director of Stadium, a gallery in New York's Chelsea arts district dedicated to the promulgation of post-internet art. Archey's writing has appeared in Art-Agenda, Spike Art Quarterly, Modern Painters, Kaleidoscope, Flash Art International, i-D, MAP Magazine (UK), and ARTINFO, among other publications. In addition to her freelance work, Archey writes the bimonthly column on post-emerging Western art “Moving Up” for the bilingual Chinese-English magazine LEAP, and the ARTINFO blog “Image Conscious.” Recently, she served on the judicial committee of Migrating Forms (2011) and contributed essays to the exhibition catalogs of Rhododendron ii at SPACE, London and TruEye SurView at W139, Amsterdam. She will launch an online-only exhibition titled “Can’t Touch This” on the art micro-funding platform Art Micro Patronage in February 2012.