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William Myers is an American curator, author, and lecturer based in Amsterdam. He organizes exhibitions, programs, and courses worldwide and serves as the founding director of the Museum of 21st Century Design (M21D). His work focuses on the emerging practices of designers and artists using biotechnology and A.I.   

Myers is the author of the books Biodesign (MoMA), Bioart (Thames & Hudson), and several print and digital publications. His exhibitions and educational programs have been staged in venues in the US, China, Brazil, Ireland, the Netherlands, Finland, Italy, Poland, Turkey, and Australia. Myers works on curatorial teams, non-profit boards, and as a consultant for a variety of creative and educational projects.

William has worked for the Guggenheim Museum, the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA), Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Hunter College, Vitra Design Museum, TU Delft, MIT Museum, Design Academy Eindhoven, Science Galleries in Dublin and Rotterdam, Central Academy of Fine Art in Beijing (CAFA), and Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam. 


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