William Myers is a exhibition curator, writer, and teacher based in Amsterdam (NL). He is also the author of two widely-acclaimed books about the intersections of design, art, and science.
His book Biodesign (2018), published by MoMA, identifies the emerging practice of designers and architects integrating biological processes in their work. His book Bioart (2015), published by Thames & Hudson and launched at the Tate Modern, profiles art that responds to advances in the life sciences that alter our notions of identity, nature, and the definition of life.
His writing and exhibitions have been profiled in the journal Science, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine, Smithsonian Magazine, Volkskrant, and Folha de São Paulo, among others. William has lectured at Harvard University, RMIT, Universitário Belas Artes de São Paulo, International University of Catalunya, Oxford University, Leiden University, and Royal College of Art. He has worked for MoMA, the Guggenheim Museum, the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, RISD, Science Galleries in Dublin and Rotterdam, Vitra, TU Delft, and Het Nieuwe Instituut.