• ANTI/body AT BOUNDARY CHICAGO

    ANTI/body AT BOUNDARY CHICAGO

    Brand new work will be on view in Chicago at boundary! The show opens on Friday, September 8 from 6-9pm at 2334 West 111th Place in Chicago's Morgan Park neighborhood. Hope to see Chi-town friends there!

    For those of you who are out of town, a publication was created for this show that features a few images of the work, along with other recent work and writing. Print copies are available for purchase, or you can view online here.

  • QUEER HORIZONS at CENTER FOR ART + THOUGHT

    QUEER HORIZONS at CENTER FOR ART + THOUGHT

    I am so honored to be included in this beautiful online exhibition coinciding with pride month. The work included here is beautiful, thoughtful, and necessary. Click here to explore.

  • THE PETTY BIENNIAL

    THE PETTY BIENNIAL

    Very excited to debut a new video titled "knife/woman" at The Petty Biennial in Chicago! The show opened on May 19th and will be up through June 23rd.

    Click here for info on programming happening throughout the course of the exhibition.

    The Petty Biennial got a wonderful write-up on Vice.com by Antwaun Sargent including some wonderful quotes from the curators about my work! I am really proud to have been included in a show with so many really great artists. Click here to read it!

  • QUEERING CONTEMPORARY ASIAN AMERICAN ART

    QUEERING CONTEMPORARY ASIAN AMERICAN  ART

    I have been included in a really great anthology of Asian American Art edited by Laura Kina and Jan Christian Bernabe. It includes a lot of interesting work by some really great artists. This would make a great addition to your school or personal library. It is available for purchase on Amazon or The University of Washington Press website.

    The book now has its own website! Check it out to learn more.

    Click Here to read a very thoughtful review on artnet.

  • ARCHIVAL ALCHEMY at ABRONS ARTS CENTER

    ARCHIVAL ALCHEMY at ABRONS ARTS CENTER

    My THUG/LIFE card series will be included in Archival Alchemy - the 20th Annual South Asian Women's Creative Collective group show, guest curated by Saisha Grayson. The show opens April 6, 2017 at the Abrons Arts Center in New York and will be on view through May 10th. Click here for more info!

    The show made it to the New York Times! As part of their spring gallery guide, Holland Cotter gave me a shout out and listed the show as one of "10 Galleries to Visit Now on the Lower East Side" - click here to read it

  • "PRACTICES OF TRANSGRESSION" at CMRS 2017

    "PRACTICES OF TRANSGRESSION" at CMRS 2017

    Very pleased to co-chair a roundtable discussion with Alejandro Acierto exploring creative practices, labor, diversity work, and infiltrating (or resisting) institutions and white spaces. You can read more about the conference by clicking here.

  • HOW TO BE A MONSTER in DANGEROUS WOMEN

    HOW TO BE A MONSTER in DANGEROUS WOMEN

    My "How to Be a Monster" project was selected to be featured on the Dangerous Women Project, an online project housed at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Edinburgh. I wrote a short text to accompany the images that analyzes some of the symbolic elements of the piece. You can check it out by clicking here.

  • UN|FIXED HOMELAND at ALJIRA

    UN|FIXED HOMELAND at ALJIRA

    So honored to be included in this exhibition, featuring Guyanese artists exploring the concept of "homeland." It will be on view at Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art in Newark, NJ. The opening reception will be on July 17th and the show runs through September 17th. Please click here for the press release.

    UPDATE: Siddhartha Mitter wrote a really thoughtful review of the show for The Village Voice click here to read it!

    The show was also written about in the Guyana Chronicle click here to read it.

  • CHICAGO HOME THEATER FESTIVAL

    CHICAGO HOME THEATER FESTIVAL

    I am incredibly excited about this upcoming performance at the Chicago Home Theater Festival on Saturday, May 14th! I'll be performing remotely (via the interwebs) as the Goddess Saraswati, doing vol. 2 of "Letters to Whiteboys." The women in this group are extraordinary, so anyone in Chicago should definitely consider attending this event. Act fast, tickets often sell out! You can read about the evening's events, curated by La Keisha Leek by clicking here.

    Tickets are available here and support the artists.

    Update: The event went really well! Check out this review on South Side Weekly

  • INTERVIEW with COOCH & COOKIES

    INTERVIEW with COOCH & COOKIES

    I had a blast as the first interviewee for "Cooch and Cookies" - we had a great conversation about art, life, and #NewGlobalMatriarchy. You can listen to the recording here.

  • #NEWGLOBALMATRIARCHY

    #NEWGLOBALMATRIARCHY

    I'm so excited about this new series of work created in collaboration with Stephanie Graham. You can catch our installation documenting a recent public intervention featuring Oya and Lakshmi at the Chicago Artist's Coalition, part of "Batten Down the Hatches" curated by Jason Pallas. It will be on view through February 25th, 2016.

    Be sure to check out this interview Stephanie and I did with Hiba Ali over at VAM Magazine!

    And remember to tune into ACRE TV March 7-13th as this project continues, part of "The Set Speaks"-- a two month long 24/7 live stream from the ACRE TV studios at Mana Contemporary. We made a little promo video about it!

  • WINTER EXPERIMENT: SAIC at MMG

    WINTER EXPERIMENT: SAIC at MMG

    I am really happy to be included in this group show celebrating the 150th anniversary of SAIC. Reception is Thursday, January 14th from 6-7:30pm. The show is up through January 30th.

    Monique Meloche Gallery 2154 W Division Street, Chicago IL

    Facebook Event Page

  • BEDTIME STORIES of WHITE SUPREMACY at MANA CONTEMPORARY

    BEDTIME STORIES of WHITE SUPREMACY at MANA CONTEMPORARY

    I am pleased to be included in Allison Glenn's ongoing curatorial project at Mana Contemporary with a performance/installation created in collaboration with FEMelanin (a collective of woman-of-color identified performers). We will be performing at 5pm on Sunday, November 15th.

    Update: an encore performance is scheduled for 5pm on Sunday, December 20th.

  • THE VIRUS OF SCARCITY and THE CULTURE OF ABUNDANCE

    THE VIRUS OF SCARCITY and THE CULTURE OF ABUNDANCE

    Thrilled to be included in Issue #5 of Sixty Inches from Center. Click here to read it!

  • TELE-NOVELA at ACRE TV

    TELE-NOVELA at ACRE TV

    Was included in "Tele-novela" curated by Robyn Farrell for ACRE TV.

  • WOMEN as WITNESS

    WOMEN as WITNESS

    Really happy to have been selected for this show in Brooklyn. It runs Saturday, September 12 to Saturday October 10th. Gallery hours are by appointment only. Check out the website here.

    The show has been featured in:
    ARC Magazine
    Dodge and Burn

  • REFERENCE ROT at the CHICAGO ARTIST'S COLATION

    REFERENCE ROT at the CHICAGO ARTIST'S COLATION

    I am pleased to be part of Reference Rot, a three-person group show currently on view at the Chicago Artist's Coalition, part of my participation in the HATCH Residency program.

  • FLASH at the GENE SISKEL FILM CENTER

    FLASH at the GENE SISKEL FILM CENTER

    I'm happy to be included in “Flash,” curated by Haley Jung, an exhibition running alongside of the 20th Annual Asian American showcase in the cafe of the Gene Siskel Film Center. Opening reception is Friday, April 3, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

  • KAL PANI AT THE SUB-MISSION

    KAL PANI AT THE SUB-MISSION

    I have created a site-specific installation piece titled Kal Pani at THE SUB-MISSION, the special projects space at THE MISSION gallery in Chicago. The show will run through April 25th, 2015. An online catalogue is available here.

    Bad At Sports featured Kal Pani as one of their Top 5 Weekend picks!

    Also included in Chicago Magazine's What's Happening in Chicago Culture This Week.

  • ART WITHOUT ARTISTS: AGAINST THE ARTIST CEO

    ART WITHOUT ARTISTS: AGAINST THE ARTIST CEO

    The newest installment from my writing partner and myself is live at 60 Inches from Center, click here to check it out!

  • RESPOND at SMACK MELLON

    RESPOND at SMACK MELLON

    Really happy that my THUG/LIFE cards were accepted to be a part of this show, which is up through February 22nd, 2015 (click here for more info about the show). Holland Cotter of the New York Times gave the show a great review.

  • HATCH PROJECTS ARTIST IN RESIDENCE 2014-2015

    HATCH PROJECTS ARTIST IN RESIDENCE 2014-2015

    I am an Artist in Residence with HATCH Projects at the Chicago Artists Coalition through 2015.

    Check out my artist page here

  • CRITICAL MIXED RACE STUDIES CONFERENCE

    CRITICAL MIXED RACE STUDIES CONFERENCE

    Presented on the panel "Mixed Race Art: Hybrid Identities and Studio Practice" at the Critical Mixed Race Studies Conference at DePaul University.

  • WORDS WE LIVE BY

    WORDS WE LIVE BY

    Pleased to be included in Larry Lee's latest Molar Production, my work will be at White Box and North Branch Projects, opening reception for both is June 6th, 6-9pm and check out the openings every Friday for the rest of the month!

  • THE WHITNEY BIENNIAL FOR ANGRY WOMEN

    THE WHITNEY BIENNIAL FOR ANGRY WOMEN

    Eunsong Kim and I co-authored an essay about the 2014 Whitney Biennial and race in the art world for The New Inquiry. Read it here. Our essay was also selected as one of the Most Important Art Essays of 2014 by artnet.

  • GENERATION SEX COLLABORATION with THEATRO LUNA

    GENERATION SEX COLLABORATION with THEATRO LUNA

    Happy to collaborate with the amazing ladies of Theatro Luna, a pan-Latina theatre organization in Chicago. You can read about my experience working with them here.

    You can also read a review of the show in the San Francisco Examiner.

  • THE COLLEGE ART ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE

    THE COLLEGE ART ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE

    On Saturday, February 15th from 2:30 to 5:30, I will be participating in a panel titled: Miscegenating Racial Representations: Critical Mized Race Strategies and the Visual Arts at the annual CAA conference in Chicago. Click here for full details.

  • THE MAKING OF ARTISTS

    THE MAKING OF ARTISTS

    As part of my participation in a visiting artist program at Schurz High School facilitated by the MCA, I'll be showing my work alongside artists and AP art students at a gallery at Harold Washington College. Click here to read about it

  • CONVERSANT IN CATALOGUE FOR THE 2014 WHITNEY BIENNIAL

    CONVERSANT IN CATALOGUE FOR THE 2014 WHITNEY BIENNIAL

    Whitney Biennial artist Pedro Velez included part of an interview with me in his contribution to the biennial catalogue (p. 393-394). You can read the unedited version of the interview with Eunsong Angela Kim on my tumblr by clicking here.

  • SEATED WOMAN

    SEATED WOMAN

    I performed a durational performance piece titled Seated Woman at the Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia for Final Fridays in April. The event was listed on UVA's Public Art page here. You can read a reflection piece that I wrote about the experience here

  • VISITING SCULPTURE FACULTY AT UVA

    I will be at the University of Virginia for the Spring 2013 semester teaching Introduction to Sculpture and Intermediate/Advanced Sculpture. I was part of the faculty show in October 2012 titled New Natural History, the invitation can be found here.

  • TOUCHED BY VIRGINIA OCTOBER 2011

    I have an installation currently on view on the first floor of Ruffin Hall (the studio art building) at the University of Virginia. It is part of the show "Touched by Virginia" info here

    Also, I was mentioned in a review of the show in the Cavalier Daily. You can read it here

  • WORK FEATURED ON THE HUFFINGTON POST

    click here My work is image #4

  • NEW BLOG: THIS BRIDGE CALLED MY BACK

    Started a new blog where I will be developing my concept for the performance project I hope to include in the MFA show. It will chart the evolution of the project, my research, thoughts, and hopefully in the future will be a place for viewers to share their experiences of the piece.

    This Bridge Called My Back

    I've also included the link in the navigation bar. Please feel free to comment on the blog and be part of its development.

  • PRESS RELEASE FOR JAVITS FELLOWSHIP

    For some reason this wasn't coming up before, so, here is the press release for the Jacob K Javits Fellowship that I received last year.

  • REVIEW ON ARTNET

    I was included in a review on artnet:
    Read Article Here