Patrick J. Reed is an artist and writer based in Berlin. His background in photography, printmaking, and book arts forms the basis of his practice, through which he explores the aesthetics of disaster with an emphasis on cultural responses to ecological crises. He has exhibited internationally and is the recipient of several honors, including a Fulbright award and DAAD award—both in support of his research at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society from 2014-2016. Patrick is a guest lecturer for the Node Center for Curatorial Studies and an instructor at the Berlin Drawing Room. His writing has been featured in art agenda, Temporary Art Review Magazine, Serpentine: A Magazine of Critique, and Amodern.