Andrew Berardini is a writer, born in the United States. His work focuses on the permeability between imagination and reality, color, and the contemporary art of Los Angeles where he lives. He edits, curates, and teaches sometimes too. He currently holds positions as Los Angeles Editor for the bimonthly magazine Mousse and Deputy Editor for the online publication Artslant and has previously held editorial positions at Afterall and Semiotext(e), where he co-translated In the Shadow of the Silent Majorities by Jean Baudrillard. With Sarah Williams, he co-founded the Art Book Review and installed, with Lauren Mackler of Public Fiction, a metaphysical disco in the Church of the Holy Shroud. Since 2008, he’s maintained a volunteer professorship at the artist-run Mountain School of Arts. This year, he’s curating and co-curating exhibitions at Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Castello di Rivoli in Turin, and Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. In addition to his varying essays and journalism for Artforum, LA Weekly, and ArtReview, Andrew’s recent books include a collaboration with Brian Kennon titled Get In (2nd Cannons, 2012), a monograph on the work of Richard Jackson (Rennie Collection, 2011). He is currently at work on a book about color. His novella Infinite Regress was published in Fall 2012 in an issue of Public Fiction.