Aaron Wrinkle received an MFA from CalArts and a BFA in painting from the Kansas City Art Institute. His work negotiates the relationship between artists, viewers and the exhibiting art institution through various content and form. Some projects include Las Cienegas Projects and Guests, Las Cienegas Projects, Culver City, Ca, 2010; his gallery project Dan Graham in Chinatown, Los Angeles, 2010-2011; Demolition and Construction, Original Dan Graham, Echo Park, Los Angeles, 2008-2010; and the Restoration of Conceptual Artist Douglas Huebler’s 1977 Volvo, CalArts, 2007-2008. Curatorial projects include Summer Dudes, 2010; In conversation w/ Dan Graham, Pavilions Documented, 2010; and Collection of Diana Zlotnick: Works by Baldessari, Burden and Pettibon, Studio City, CA, 2010. He is currently curating an extensive survey exhibition on the archive of Cirrus Gallery (1971-Present) from September 2011-April 2012 and recently participated in 3,348 Hours of Sunshine at Clifton Benevento in New York.