Tom Russotti is an artist and educator based in Brooklyn, NY. Tom’s work explores the aesthetic and performative nature of large cultural phenomena such as sports, signs, and organizations. Tom has performed and exhibited his work at at the Tate Modern Museum, The Phillips Collection, The New Museum, Kumu National Museum of Estonia and The Brooklyn Historical Society. His work has been featured by The New York Times, Good Morning America, Wired, Vice Magazine, the BBC, Estonian National Television, and he has also organized performances for both Japanese and Lithuanian National Television. Tom received a BA in history from Stanford University and received an MFA from Rutgers University.