re:Home will be on view at Minnesota Street Project in San Francisco from Dec 1-29, 2018.
Featured artists include the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project, Mark Baugh-Sasaki, Randy Colosky + Alison OK Frost, Rodney Ewing, Summer Mei Ling Lee + Laura Boles Faw, Julio César Morales, Joel Daniel Phillips, Travis Somerville, SOUND MADE PUBLIC, and Shadi Yousefian, with additional works, performances, interventions, and community activations by Marina Abramović, Miguel Arzabe, Bahar + Shamsy Behbahani, Sofía Córdova, Facebook Analog Research Lab + Facebook Artist in Residence Program artists, John Craig Freeman, Eliza Gregory, Michelle Hartney, Astrid Kaemmerling + The Walk Discourse, Shireen Liane, Hung Liu, Ericka McConnell, Sanctuary City Project, Brian Singer / someguy, and Weston Teruya.
Summer Lee and I will be visiting artists at Practice Space in Cambridge, Massachusetts as the last artists to ponder the question "When is color material?". Stop by for some clandestine letter writing on Saturday, July 21 starting at sunset. Followed by DJ Dayglow's dance party starting at 8. 1307 Cambridge Street, Cambridge.
Altered June 19th through July 14th, 2018 1275 Minnesota Street, San Francisco, Gallery 104 Tues-Sat 11am-6pm; Artist Receptions Saturdays 3-6pm
Cathy Fairbanks and I are contributing work to OFFSpace's 10-year anniversary retrospective and curatorial experiment at Minnesota Street Project.
Altered will shift/mutate/evolve throughout the run being “re-curated” weekly by OFFSpace and invited partner curators, featuring a different theme and works with each iteration. learn more at off-space.org
Womxn, Omen, Wǒmén in Chinatown: Reimagining Symbols of Power and Access. Vida K., Shisi Huang, and Bijun Liang at 41 Ross, May 4- June 17, 2018.
California Council for the Arts: Artists Activating Communities Grant Recipient with the Chinese Culture Foundation San Francisco.
I have had such a wonderful experience mentoring three emerging artists who have been working in Chinatown for the past 6 months. Vida K., Shisi Huang, and Bijun Liang have made works that activate the community through a variety of approaches including an interactive installation inspired by the Chinese wishing well, a movable chatting room sparking in-depth conversation, and multi-sited audio portraits based on interviews and a storytelling workshop.
Sabbath: Dorothy Saxe Invitational
Contemporary Jewish Museum
November 12, 2017-February 25, 2018
The Second Longli International New Media Art Season, Longli, Guizhou, China. Permanent Public Artwork Commission. September- October 2017.
Laura Boles Faw and Marcus Kuiland-Nazario with a limited edition chapbook by Norma Cole.
[ 2nd floor projects ]
June 10-August 6, 2017
New Urban Legend: Resistance of Space
Curated by Ziying Duan, Assistant Curator and overseen by artistic director and curator Abby Chen. Chinese Culture Center: 41 Ross, San Francisco.
May 17- July 16, 2017