I am a Singaporean-American curator, writer, and educator based in New York. I work with artists who are committed to social, political, and ecological responsibility. I am interested in diversifying perspectives in contemporary and new media art both by working with historically under-represented artists as well as taking an expansive and critical approach to interpreting technology.
I am currently an instructor at the School for Poetic Computation. Previously, I was the 2019-2020 NYSCA curatorial fellow at the Queens Museum and a gallery assistant at bitforms gallery.
I hold a B.A. in Visual Art with honors from Brown University. My writing appears in publications such as Rhizome, The Nation, and Art in America, as well as in the New Museum's exhibition catalog, The Art Happens Here: Net Art's Archival Poetics. I have lectured in classes and given public presentations at institutions including Bard College, the School of Visual Arts, and Brown University. I am a regular guest critic at schools and residency programs.
I am considering all types of assignments and projects. Please feel free to contact me.
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Select curatorial work:
Five Contortions, Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, 2018
A group exhibition engaging the East Asian femme body as a site of visibility, labor, agency, and exploitation, confronting notions of personhood in the face of dehumanization.
Outside the Palace of Heavenly Purity, bitforms gallery, 2018
A group exhibition presenting artists using speculative models to complicate prevailing narratives of globalization in Asia.
The Pointer, bitforms gallery, 2018
A solo exhibition by Ryan Kuo including three new software commissions which address the construct of whiteness and its involvement in technological aesthetics and productivity.
Chavez / Hatakeyama / Park / Tamirisa, bitforms gallery, 2018
An evening of performances by four artists whose sound-based practices span electroacoustic improvisation, audiovisual composition, and building experimental controllers and software.