White man sitting in an "Asian fushion" restaurant of the future declares that he wants to be like a dragon.
Screen capture from Her (2013), from the research project, Asian futures, without Asians.


Jan. 19, 7pm PST
@ Living Room Light Exchange Salon (LRLX), San Francisco (online via Zoom)
Free, RSVP for link
Astria Suparak and Rafael Lozano-Hemmer will each present for 15-minutes, then be in conversation with each other and the audience.

Feb. 2
@ Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley (online)
A new video by Astria Suparak commissioned by the Berkeley Art Center will be released.

Nov. 19, 2020—Feb. 14, 2021
@ USF’s Thacher Gallery (online) and in-person in Bayview, San Francisco
Become The Monuments That Cannot Fall is the first survey exhibition of Related Tactics, which includes a new public art commission. Organized by Astria Suparak, University of San Francisco’s Museum Studies Curatorial Practicum, & Thacher Gallery.

March 2021
An online project by Astria Suparak will be published. Details to be announced. 

May—Summer 2021, tba
The Wattis Institute of Contemporary Art, San Francisco
Asian futures, without Asians: A new illustrated talk by Astria Suparak, presented in conjunction with the launch of the publication Why are they so afraid of the lotus? (Wattis and Sternberg Press)which includes a visual essay based on the lecture.


Wild Parrot Playground, The Hoosac Institute Journal, May 2020

Matching Minorities//Doubtful Doubles: A Conversation on Institutionalized Racism, Tokenism, and Inclusion vs. Optics in the Art World @ Common Field Convening, Houston 2020 — Video and resources now online