Currently, Dubs serves as the Museum Research Consortium Project Manager at The Museum of Modern Art. Prior to joining MoMA, he worked as a curatorial assistant for exhibitions at the New York Public Library and the Grey Art Gallery, NYU. He also has extensive experience with art historical digital media cataloguing and documentation projects, working for the Digital Media Services and Image Archive at the NYU Institute of Fine Arts (IFA) and with the World Monuments Fund.
Jason completed his doctoral dissertation at the IFA in May 2013 on C.A.D.A., a politically-engaged Chilean artist collective working under the Pinochet dictatorship in the late 1970s and early '80s. His academic interests include the intersection of art and politics, artistic collaboration, and the emergence of experimental art practices in Latin America in the 1960 and '70s.