David Levine's work encompasses theater, performance, video and photography. His performance and exhibition work have been presented by Creative Time, MoMA, REDCAT, Mass MoCA, PS122, the Watermill Center, and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and has been featured in Artforum, Frieze, Theater, TDR, PAJ, the New Yorker and the New York Times. He has also directed operas and plays at BRIC House, the Atlantic Theater, Primary Stages and Soho Rep.
His writings about performance, theater, and visual art have been published in Theater, Cabinet, Parkett, and Triple Canopy.
He received a 2013 Village Voice OBIE award for his project Habit, and was a 2013-14 Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University. He is a 2016 Grantee of the Foundation for Contemporary Arts. He is also a Professor of Art and Director of Studio and Performing Arts at Bard College Berlin.