Eva Prinz is an artist and poet based in London working primarily with experimental film and sound art. Her films have been shown at Tate Modern in London, Silent Green Kulturquartier in Berlin, and The Walker Center in Minneapolis. Prinz began her publishing career in New York with German publisher Taschen in 2000, and has served as a senior editor and publisher of books on the subjects of art, architecture, photography, erotica, and music for Rizzoli and Abrams, as well as Ecstatic Peace Library – an imprint she founded in 2009 with her husband, musician Thurston Moore. Prinz recently curated a Rock and Roll Round Table at The Algonquin Hotel in New York and has also curated exhibitions at The Whitechapel Gallery in London and Gavin Brown’s Passerby and White Columns in New York, as well as film programs at Close-Up Cinema in London. She also operates The Daydream Library Series, an independent record label to release new music, which recently announced the debut album by the Miami band Seafoam Walls.