Brooks Turner is an artist, writer, and educator based in Minneapolis. Through diverse methodologies that include archival research, writing, collage, drawing, and installation, Turner engages anti-fascist histories as a means to deconstruct and challenge the aesthetics of violence enshrined by ongoing US imperialism. Solo exhibitions include Knowledge Becoming at the Perlman Teaching Museum (Fall 2023), Legends and Myths of Ancient Minnesota at the Weisman Art Museum (Fall 2020), and Uncanny Familiarities of Scenes and People at St. Cloud State University (Fall 2020). Turner is a 2023 Jerome Hill Artist Fellow and has received support from the Minnesota State Arts Board, Rimon: The Minnesota Jewish Federation, the Minnesota Humanities Center, and the Minnesota State Inter-Faculty Organization. Turner is the author of numerous essays published by HAIR + NAILS, Art Papers, and Mn Artists. He received a BA from Amherst College and an MFA from the University of California, Los Angeles, and is currently Chair of Visual Art at St. Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists.