Ladi'Sasha Jones

Doctoral Candidate
Department of African American Studies & School of Architecture

Ladi'Sasha Jones is a writer, designer and curator from Harlem, NY. Her research-based practice explores Black cultural and spatial histories through text, sculpture and public engagement. She has written for Aperture, Avery Review, Arts.Black, Gagosian Quarterly, Houston Center for Photography, Art X Lagos, Temporary Art Review, Art-Agenda, The Art Momentum, and Recess among others. Her project, Black Interior Space / Spatial Thought was commissioned by THE SHED (NYC) as a part of Open Call 2021 and was the recipient of a 2021 Research and Development award from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts. As an arts administrator, Jones held appointments at The Laundromat Project, Norton Museum of Art, New Museum’s IdeasCity platform, and the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. She is currently a PhD student in the History and Theory of Architecture at Princeton University, and holds degrees in Arts Politics from New York University and African American Studies from Temple University.