I am honored to be selected for Creative Capital's "On Our Radar," featuring noteworthy artist projects!
- My project, "On the Brink" is featured... I am seeking additional funding and a NYC venue, so please contact me if you have any suggestions.
"Still Light Stills" solo show at Creative Paradox in Annapolis, MD
opens 7pm on Saturday, January 17th, on view until February 15th
2012 Renard Court, Suite B, Annapolis, MD 21401
opens 6:30-8p on Friday, January 23rd, on view until March 21st
155 Fifth Avenue, Pelham, NY 10803
I will be debuting new work from my On the Brink series in the Fall SOLOS at Arlington Arts Center from October 18th through December 20th. 3550 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22201
Reception: Saturday, Oct 18th from 6 - 9pm
Artist Talks: Saturday, December 13th from 1 - 4pm
"On the Brink" exhibition at the School 33 Member's Gallery
1427 Light Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21230
June 13 to August 21st, 2014
Reception: Saturday, June 21st from 3-6p
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:Reception: Friday, Oct 11th, 7-9p Artist Talk: Wednesday, Nov 13th @ 7p Hours: Fridays & Saturdays, 12-6p or by appointment: 212-691-1770 Oct 3 - Nov 23, 269 Bleecker Street (at Morton Street), New York City, NY, 10014
Also I am thrilled to recieve a Franklin Furnace Fund grant for my performance project, FIREWALL.
I am currently seeking a store-front space in NYC to conduct this project (2-6 weeks), so if you have any leads, please let me know!
NPR All Tech Considered ran a fun story about the HacDC workshops I have been attending this summer.
I have also started writing for What Weekly, a Baltimore online publication about arts and culture.
Bmore Art recently interviewed me too... Read the Interview HERE!
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.
Four diverse artists: James Bouche, Alesha Burk, Joyce Yu-Jean Lee, and Nara Park invent images and forms that reference elusive space. By distorting and reconfiguring familiar surfaces, architecture, and landscape; each artist creates work that challenges our perception of the real. Their enigmatic spaces are difficult to place, both nowhere and everywhere at once, simultaneously generic and specific.
Come out to Rockville for some great art and Chinese food! I am showing collaborative animations made with Chinese calligrapher and painter, Bertrand Mao!
Kaplan Gallery (second floor), VisArts - Friday, April 12 to Sunday, May 12, 2013
Mixtopias, curated by artist Fletcher Mackey for VisArts in Rockville, MD is an exhibition of recent artworks by artists whose practice explores cultural shifts, personal passage, tradition and hybridity. Their mediums vary in how material facilitates message and interaction with place, space and form. This exhibition features work by Mequitta Ahuja, Hoesy Corona, Hayoon Jay Lee, Joyce Yu-Jean Lee, Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann, Carolina Mayorga and Jennifer Tam.
Maryland Art Place
Friday, April 5 from 8-11pm
Come bid on my photograph, Vanitas, and support this wonderful Baltimore arts non-profit!
Thank you Maryland State Arts Council for awarding me a $3,000 Individual Artist Award in the category of Media/Digital/Electronic Arts!
I am honored to be in excellent company with 87 other artists around the state. Congratulations to all the Baltimore artists!
Gallery CA, City Arts Building
440 E Oliver Street, Baltimore, MD
Dec 31, 2012 – Feb 1, 2013
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!
Thanks so much for all your love and support! I look forward to the adventures that await in 2013...
"Made In China." was hard but very fun work!
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!
1353 U Street NW, Washington D.C. 20009
Jun 23 – Aug 11, 2012
Reception: Saturday, June 23rd, 7-9p
Artist Talk: Wednesday, June 27th, 7-9p
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!
I also had the pleasure of touring Page Carr's class from Northern Virginia Community College through my work in the exhibition! Below with some of her students: