Jim Drobnick is a critic, curator and associate professor of contemporary art and theory at OCAD University, Toronto. He has published on the visual arts, curating, performance, the senses and post-media practices in recent anthologies such as Food and Museums (2017), Designing with Smell (2017), The Artist as Curator (2015), L’Art Olfactif Contemporain (2015), The Multisensory Museum (2014), Senses and the City (2011) and Art, History and the Senses (2010). His books include the anthologies The Smell Culture Reader (2006) and Aural Cultures (2004) and he has edited or co-edited special thematic issues of Performance Research (Under the Influence, 2017), PUBLIC (Civic Spectacle, 2012) and The Senses & Society (Sensory Aesthetics, 2012). In 2012 he co-founded the Journal of Curatorial Studies (Intellect), which focuses on exhibitions and display culture. His curatorial collaborative, DisplayCult, organizes art exhibitions that foreground performative and multisensory projects (http://www.displaycult.com).