Eric Goh is an art writer, critic, and curator from Kuala Lumpur who is committed to the eco-critical turn in art history. He is interested in the intersection between economics, ecology, and contemporary art. He is currently interning at the Asia Art Archive in America and is set to begin his PhD in Art History at Cornell University in the fall of 2022. He earned his MA in Art History at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University and BA in Economics from the University of Edinburgh. His master’s thesis “Abstracting Bodies, Materializing Disappearance: The Afterlives of Industry in the Work of Choong Kam Kow” will be published in the upcoming issue of peer-reviewed journal Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas. A publication for Mutual Aid Projects, a curatorial experiment on friendship that he led at the peak of the pandemic, is forthcoming. His writing has appeared in Artforum and Heichi Magazine.