NOW & SOON:
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.
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.
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