Author, curator, photographer, and urban spelunker Lorissa Rinehart is currently wandering the streets of Los Angeles.
Her writing has recently appeared in Hyperallergic, Perfect Strangers, and Narratively, among other publications. As an independent curator, Rinehart has organized exhibitions at institutions including the Queens Museum, Flux Factory, and the Armory Show. In her free time, Rinehart photographs, researches, and writes the ethnobotanical histories of urban flora through her ongoing City Plants project.
She holds an MA from NYU in Experimental Humanities and a BA in Literature from UC Santa Cruz. She is represented by Lowenstein Associates.