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︎Fok Fok TV (Mukbang Live)
︎Karmic I
︎Farang Kee-Nok (Bird Sh!t Foreigner) 🐦
︎Idea Furnace
︎Imported Deported
︎Semiotics of a Thai Kitchen



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Various Video Works





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EDUCATION
2020, Chautauqua Visual Art, Chautauqua, NY
2013, Cooper Union School of Art, New York, NY  
2007, Harold Washington College, Chicago, IL

AWARDS, GRANTS,
FELLOWSHIPS, RESIDENCIES

2020
Residency, New Media Gallery Residency, Jack Straw Cultural Center, Seattle, WA (forthcoming)

Residency, Bunker Projects, Pittsburgh, PA (forthcoming)

Residency, c3:letterpress, Portland, OR (forthcoming)

Residency, Glean Portland, Portland, OR 

Residency, Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY

Residency, Labor Fellow, Labor Residency, Santa Fe Art Institute, NM


2019
Career Opportunity Grant, Oregon Arts Commission + Ford Family Foundation, Portland, OR

Idea Furnace Grant + Residency, Pittsburgh Glass Center, PA

Emergency Grant, Alliance of Artists Communities + Sam and Adele Golden Foundation for the Arts, Providence, RI
*  awarded for participation in Santa Fe Art Institute residency

Professional Development Grant, Regional Arts and Culture Council, Portland, OR

Golden Spot Residency Award, Ford Family Foundation, Portland, OR

Residency, Caldera Arts, Sisters, OR


2018
Individual Artist Project Grant, Regional Arts and Culture Council, Portland, OR

New Media Fellowship, Open Signal, Portland, OR
*  facilitated by art historian, curator and academic Chanon Kenji Praepipatmongkol


2017
The Precipice Fund, Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts + the Calligram Foundation, Portland OR


2008
Full-Tuition Scholarship, Cooper Union School of Art, New York, NY


2005
First Place Winner (Visual Arts), Rookery Building Art Scholarship, Chicago, IL

Honorable Mention (Photography), “View Finders”, Chicago Magazine, IL



EXHIBITIONS
2021
Solo Exhibition, “Karmic II”, Jack Straw Cultural Center, Seattle, WA (awarded the New Media Gallery Residency) (forthcoming)

2020
Group Exhibition, c3:letterpress, Portland, OR (forthcoming)

Group Exhibition, Glean Portland, Disjecta, Portland, OR (forthcoming)

Solo Exhibition, Bunker Projects, Pittsburgh, PA (forthcoming)

Group Exhibition, “The United”, Pittsburgh Glass Center, Pittsburgh, PA (curated by Johanna Lasner and Karla Lamb Salazar) (forthcoming October)

Group Exhibition, “Emerging Artists Exhibition,” Gallo Family Gallery at the Strohl Art Center, Chautauqua, NY 

“Platform: Engaging the Ethics of Production and Consumption”, Platform bridges art and social engagement with interactive works and participatory experiences, Santa Fe Art Institute, NM (live performance)

2019
Solo Exhibition, “Karmic I”, Open Signal, Portland, OR

Open Signal Fest, live performance of “Semiotics of a Thai Kitchen”, Open Signal, Portland, OR 

All-Star Awards Ceremony, hosted by Portland Public School at Leftbank Annex, Portland, OR  (curated by Regional Arts and Culture Council)

2018
“Portland in Color”, UNA Gallery, Portland, OR

2013
Solo Exhibition, Thesis Show, Cooper Union, New York, NY

2011
“No Comment”, pop-up art show inspired by Occupy Wall Street movement, JP Morgan Building, New York, NY

2011
“Trade School @ the Whitney: Coincidence of Wants,” presented by Our Goods at Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

2010
Student Exhibition, Cooper Union, New York, NY

2007
Student Exhibition, Harold Washington College, Chicago, IL


VISITING ARTIST LECTURES, WORKSHOPS, DEMONSTRATIONS 
2020
Presenter, Platform: Engaging the Ethics of Production and Consumption, open dialogue with Labor Resident May Maylisa Cat and Stacy Scibelli, Santa Fe Art Institute, NM

2019
Guest Lecturer, “Marginalized Narratives” video course taught by Professor Alisha Wormsley, Carnegie Mellon University School of Fine Arts, Pittsburgh, PA

Teaching Artist, Filmmaking / Discovery, Caldera, Sisters, OR

Artist Assistant, Filmmaking / Immersion 2,  Caldera, Sisters, OR

Teaching Artist, Mask Making / Immersion 1, Caldera, Sisters, OR

Technical Demonstration, Portland Design Week: Art In the Open presented by Killian Pacific, live art installation assisting muralist Alex Chui, Clay Pavillion, Portland, OR

Visiting Artist, “Ghosts & Monsters” 3-Part Series Workshop, Caldera Youth Program, Sisters, OR

2018
Panelist Moderator, RACC Art Spark with UNA Gallery, ORI Gallery, and Portland Open Studios, Portland, OR

Artist Talk, “Ghosts & Monsters”, Grant High School, Portland, OR

2017
Workshop Facilitator, Patriarchy 101, Engaging Men Conference with MEN (Men Engaging Now), The YWCA of Greater Portland, Raphael House of Portland, Reed College, Portland, OR

Panelist, Art and Activism with Know Your City, Waverly Heights United Church, Portland, OR

Panelist, How to Support Survivors with Men’s Assembly for Collective Accountability, SEIU, Portland, OR

Panelist, Patriarchy 101 with Men’s Assembly for Collective Accountability, SEIU, Portland, OR

2016
Facilitator, “Decompression after Election”, Marylhurst University, Lake Oswego, OR

Facilitator, “Equity 101” for Know Your City, Rebuilding Center, OR












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