“In The Wake of Slumber” guest juried by Natalia Nakazawaon view 5/15 – 6/09 | Paradice Palase 1260 Broadway, Brooklyn. You may go over the details here.
Monuments to the Future, the 2021 edition of the on-going Stations of the Cross project hosted by the Henry Luce III Center for the Arts & Religion. A public art project that seeks to use the Passion story to prompt reflection and action in response to social injustice. Listen to my audio narrative about Veiled, which I photographed in Shanghai.
“Constructed Mysteries” curated by Kenneth Steinbach and Michelle Westmark Wingard, is on view in-person until April 18th at Bethel University Olson Gallery by appointment. READ the catalog here and follow the gallery Instagram @bethelgalleriesfor details on the upcoming video tour.
Image Journal, Issue No. 106, a literary journal publishing my photo essay, An Indelible Season: NYC, 2020 about my experience during the COVID-19 quarantine in NYC this past spring.
My solo exhibition, Growing Glo-cal, opens at Womenswork.Art gallery, 4 South Clinton, Poughkeepsie, 12601.
My solo exhibition “STATE OF THE DYSUNION II” at Walford Galleries, Adams Hall, Wheaton College, 501 College Avenue, Wheaton, IL, 60187. Link of the virtual documentation here. On view: Until October 22nd 2020
A charity auction for the celebration of the Suffrage Movement and 100 Years of Women’s Rights organised by The Delaware Contemporary
Curated by Aline Lara Rezende & Julia Hartmann
VBKÖ – Vereinigung bildender Künstlerinnen Österreichs (Austrian Association of Women Artists)
FIREWALL Pops-Up at”REDIRECT”, an exhibition organized by Tiger Strikes Asteroid Grenville at RAMP Gallery, Asheville, NC curated by Suzanne Dittenber
I was interviewed by James Coomarasamy of BBC Sounds where we discussed FIREWALL and internet censorship in China
I made this couture costume out of aluminum chainmail and lenticular lenses entitled “Piscis” for the Asian American Arts Alliance 2019 fundraiser: Costume, Couture and Cocktails!
Titled Embodying Entity Through Durational Drawing, the workshop explores drawing as a tool of observation and compassion for the experiences of others and how the duration of a drawing act changes our bodies and it’s capabilities for transcendence.
My first permanent installation opened this fall 2019!
I will speak on a couple panel discussions this fall: “Moving Visuals” exhibition and “Museums Grapple with Social and Political Changes”.
Play with illumination and color with artist, Joyce Yu-Jean Lee, to create your own light box to share your future with the world. Free with museum admission, free for children under 12 with an adult.
Dan Phiffer & I had a great conversation with the friendly folks China Unscripted about FIREWALL…
I presented FIREWALL at the New Media Caucus “Border Control” symposium, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor on September 21st 2019, in a panel discussion with Nadav Assor, Patricia Villalobos Echeverría and Maria del Carmen Montoya.
Exhibition EXTENDED: January 25 – March 28
Please join me for a group show, “Whatchamacallit,” at Gallery CA curated by James Williams II
“Two artists ask: what does it mean to live under the shadow of the Great Firewall?” by Holmes Chan in Hong Kong Free Press on January 19, 2019
In the Trump era of “fake news” and “alternative facts,” I probe the dissonance of the media landscape via animated video installations that question assumptions around individual agency and diverse truths.
“NOT FOUND” exhibition in Hong Kong with artist, Ying Ting; curated by Iago
Please join me for my “Verti-Call” exhibition Artist Talk and reception, Oct 6th, 6p
On view: Sept 6 – Oct 15th, 2016 at Center Art Gallery, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI
I am grateful to recieve a Creative Engagement grant from LMCC for FIREWALL! Thankful for the generous support of NYC!
“Still Light Stills” solo show at Creative Paradox in Annapolis, MD
Please join me for the opening of kōˈôrdənəts: N51:27:3 E7:0:47 to N31:12:27 E121:30:19 at the All Things Project @ NCGV in Greenwich Village, NYC
NPR All Tech Considered ran a fun story about the HacDC workshops I have been attending this summer.
Gallery Four presents the group exhibition Ephemeral Arena during Artscape 2013. The opening reception will commence after the announcement of the winner of the 2013 Sondheim Prize at the Walters Museum.
Thank you Maryland State Arts Council for awarding me a $3,000 Individual Artist Award in the category of Media/Digital/Electronic Arts!
Gallery CA, City Arts Building 440 E Oliver Street, Baltimore, MDDec 31, 2012 – Feb 1, 2013 Reception: Friday, Jan 18th, 5 – 8p
I am happy and flattered to be included among the Top 10 Best Art Gallery Shows in D.C. in the Washington Post by Mark Jenkins, who reviewed about 200 shows this year, and saw many more!
“Perspectives: a Look through Cultural Lenses”, Silber Gallery, Goucher College, Baltimore, MD.
October 30 – December 2, 2012
Opening Reception: Friday, November 9th, 6-9p
Thanks for your generous support of my first performance-based video installation, or “installation art activated by the Artist’s Presence” …a phrase coined by Adam Budak, curator of Contemporary Art, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, during the “Performance Art: IMPACT” panel discussion at (e)merge art fair.
I am excited to participate as an Independent Artist in (e)merge Art Fair, Thurs, Oct 4 – Sun, Oct 7 at the Capitol Skyline Hotel in Washington, D.C. Please come out to see my new installation and performance project!
My 2-year Hamiltonian Fellowship culminated with this collaborative group exhibition curated by Tim Doud, Co-chair of the Art Department at American University. The So Fellowship has provided me opportunities to mount solo exhibitions, a solo booth at Scope NYC 2011, and plug into the D.C. art scene. I feel privileged to be selected for this, and am grateful for Paul So’s vision for and support of the arts!
Chinese-American Artist Uses Video to Examine Identity by Wanda Jackson
9652 Muirkirk Road, Laurel, MD 20708
April 10 – May 27, 2012
Joyce Yu-Jean Lee’s ‘Passages’ at Hamiltonian Gallery by Mark Jenkins on 3.2.12, page C9
1353 U Street NW, Washington D.C. 20009
Feb 11 – Mar 10, 2012
Reception: Saturday, Feb 11th, 7 – 9p
Artist Talk: Wednesday, Feb 22nd @ 7p
I am so grateful to receive the C. Sylvia and Eddie C. Brown studio at the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower!
A fully funded studio in the historic clock tower, I will participate in monthly open studios, sponsored by the Baltimore Office of Promotion and The Arts. Come by to see my new digs on Saturday, Jan 7th from 1-5p
Bid on my work to support the Goldwell Open Air Museum Albert’s Tarantella IV by October 1st!
Pahrump Valley Times: Artist showcases talents, shares experience with area students
Our inaugural group of residents is comprised of a dozen artists from all around the U.S. Please check out our new residency in China and consider applying for the next summer residency!
Group exhibition at Hamiltonian Gallery in Washington D.C. curated by Zoe Charlton
June 25 to Aug 5, Reception: Sat, June 25, 7 – 9p
April 4 – June 13, 2011London, Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, Milan and Venicetravelogue to come, so stay tuned!
cablegram: Dispatches #17 | New Now: Introducing the 2010 Hamiltonian Fellows by N. Elizabeth Schlatter on 8.30.10
Washington City Paper: New Now @ Hamiltonian Gallery by John Anderson on 7.30.10
DCist: ACADEMY 2010 @ Conner Contemporary Art by Matthew Smith on 7.15.10
review: Blue Sky Project residency The Oakwood Register: UD’s Blue Sky Project finds fertile field of art energy by Burt Saidel on 7.20.10 >> download Oakwood Register PDF