Lily Scherlis is an artist and PhD student in English at the University of Chicago.
She has written about embodiment in Super Mario 64, a sulfur pile in Calumet, the German far-right's appropriation of an Orientalist painting, doorbells and memory, friendship, alt-right visual culture, and early video art. Besides text, she works mostly in video and sculpture. She is the unofficial part-time proofreader of Laure Prouvost's Wikipedia page. She graduated from Harvard University with highest honors in literature and studio art.
She can be reached at lily.scherlis [at] gmail.com