As a result of our programming at Baxter St former Workspace Resident Tommy Kha was invited to participate in The Creative Billboard Project in Los Angeles, California. This is the non-profit organization’s sixth exhibition bringing large format art from emerging and established artists to 34 billboards across Los Angeles. On view at the corner of Gardner […]
Join us this Saturday (7/20) from 5-9pm on Governor’s Island for the opening of ‘LightHouse’, an in-progress exhibition from @betsy_kenyon, the first of three participants in the Baxter St x Pioneer Works Darkroom Residency this summer! On view at Nolan Park 8B weekends until 9/8. (Link to details in bio.)
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Opening Reception: March 4, 2020 | 6-8 pm
Exhibition Dates: March 4 – April 18, 2020
Baxter St Coffee Talks are intimate, limited capacity events that begin at our Project Space on 128 Baxter St. Attendees receive discounts on coffee, pastries, and tea from our partner, Baxter St Cafe. Exhibiting artists will discuss their show and take questions over a cup of coffee. Upcoming Coffee Talks Betsy Kenyon, Grey Matter: Thursday, […]
Open Call Emerging independent curators are invited to submit exhibition proposals on a rolling basis. Please note that there is an artist fee available for both curators and artists. Baxter St at CCNY does not provide a production budget for guest curated exhibitions. The deadline for the 2020-21 season is June 5, 2020. Rules: Curatorial […]
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Current Workspace Residents
Through the use of video, photography, archives, archeology, and text, I analyze the instability of meaning, the construction of visual narratives as locations of self formation as well as the implications of such narratives into perceptions of identity.
I’m absorbed by the powerful stories of women, portrayed through artistic collaboration, that subverts the idea of the artist as the main producer by sharing control over the photographic representation within our own creative entities.
I use photography, photographic collage and installation to create works that explore the themes of cultural and queer identity, memory, and displacement and their direct relationship to the Latinx narrative in America.
I explore the complex relationships between archive, historical memory and black recollection, through a queer lens.