Taylor Mitchell

Taylor Mitchell is an incoming PhD student (2024) in sociocultural anthropology at Columbia University.

She also writes fiction and essays and is currently the 2023 Kat Muscat Fellow.

E: taylor(dot)m(dot)a (dot)mitchell(at)gmail(dot)com

The party for Crabs’, 2022: fiction published in Griffith Review

Feeling Through Blue’, 2022: fiction published in Overland, shortlisted in the 2021 Southern Cross Short Story Competition

The pseudo-sustainability of speculative aesthetics’, 2022: essay for Overland

The cruel optimism of main character energy, 2021: essay for Kill Your Darlings

The discomfort of everything’, 2022: screening for Dogmilk Films  

It would be a nice place’, 2022:  exhibition for Environmental Film Festival Australia X SEVENTH Gallery  
︎︎︎Arts program manager

MAKESHIFT, 2021: exhibition for Environmental Film Festival Australia X RMIT 
︎︎︎Arts Program Manager

Crisis, reality, ordinary, 2020: screening for Dogmilk Films 

(Upcoming) Mitchell, T. M. (2023). Surviving the Ordinary: Telling Stories of Endurance under Capitalism Detached from Neoliberal Narrativity. Cultural Politics 19(2).

‘enduring environments’, 2023: research project and virtual exhibition as part of Australian Environments on Screen
︎︎︎ Researcher

‘It would be a nice place’ with works by Tributary Project (left) and Dean Cross (right): photo by Lucy Foster