Avi Feldman (born in Montréal) is a curator and writer based in Berlin and Dresden. Feldman holds a law degree and has been a member of the Israeli Bar since 2005. He holds a PhD in Practice in Curating from the Department of Art at the University of Reading in cooperation with Zurich University of the Arts (PhD thesis After the Law: Towards Judicial-Visual Activism, 2018). In the context of his thesis research, Feldman organized Playing Hide and Law at tranzit, Bratislava (2017); and the exhibition, workshops, and performance series Motions for the Agenda at Artport Tel Aviv (2017). Since 2019, he has been teaching at the Academy of Fine Arts Dresden, as well as researching questions of law and art in China.
Avi Feldman was the 2018 Curatorial Resident at Ludlow 38.
All exhibitions, events, and projects carried out at Ludlow 38 in 2018 were organized by the Agency for Legal Imagination, which was conceived and initiated by Avi Feldman. The Agency is an independent organization devoted to the investigation of existing and imagined relations between legal and artistic imagination, and visual and legal activism.