Reya's curatorial practice is guided by an interest in the politics of production, publicness, and postcolonial identity/space-making. Whether organizing symposia, performance programs, or exhibitions, she brings an interdisciplinary approach to research and curating. She has provided research assistance for exhibitions at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and the David Winton Bell Gallery at Brown University, and has played an integral role in the development of exhibitions and programs including:


Maria Veronica San Martin: Memory in MultiplesBRIC (2017)

Public Access/Open Networks, BRIC (2017)

Tatyana Fazlalizadeh: Not Going AnywhereBRIC (2017)

States of Incarceration, The New School/University of Rhode Island (2016)

All Your Wide FuturesGateway Project Spaces (2016)

Post-Midnight, Queens Museum (2015)

Changing America RICenter for the Study of Slavery and Justice (2015)

RE:SHEbluestockings mag (2014)

Cut/throat Creativity: Structuring the New, Brown University (2014)

Public IntimacyYerba Buena Center for the Arts (2014)

Art Forward, Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive (2011)