Vic Brooks is Associate Director, Arts and Senior Curator, Time-Based Visual Art at EMPAC. With Nida Ghouse, she is the recipient of the Warhol Foundation's Curatorial Research Fellowship for the forthcoming exhibition Shifting Center, which considers acoustic practices in contemporary exhibition-making. Brooks has produced debut feature films with Ephraim Asili (The Inheritance, 2020), Martine Syms (The African Desperate, 2022), and Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (Oriana, 2022).
Brooks is working with Clarissa Tossin, Anna Craycroft, and Ana Navas' on new commissions. Recent projects include Blackspace Radio by Anaïs Duplan; Moved by the Motion's (Wu Tsang, boychild, Josh Johnson, Patrick Belaga, Asma Maroof) Sudden Rise, Charles Atlas, Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener’s Tesseract, and Laure Prouvost’s They are Waiting for You.
Brooks is visiting faculty at CCS Bard, teaches Curatorial Practice at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and co-chaired the Contemporary Curatorial Workshop at Williams Grad Art from 2016-2022. She writes on the infrastructures and production of time-based visual art.