Aay Adae Preston-Myint
Instructor, Fiber and Material Studies (2012). MFA, 2011, Studio Arts, University of Illinois at Chicago; BFA, 2006, School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Exhibitions: Roots and Culture, Chicago; Andrew Rafacz, Chicago; CUE Foundation, New York; Happy Collaborationists, Chicago; SF Camerawork, San Francisco. Publications: AREA; Phonebook; Monsters and Dust. Bibliography: Bad At Sports; New City; Proximity; The Chicago Reader. Awards: Joan Mitchell MFA Grant; Propeller Fund Grant; ACRE Residency, Steuben, WI.
I am an artist, printmaker, and educator based in Chicago, IL, and have exhibited nationally in San Francisco, Minneapolis, Cincinnati, Memphis, and New York. While making work, I think about things like Futurity, Slime, Pageantry, Exploring the Possibility of Radicalizing Contemporary Queer Night Life, Body Hair, Doubt, the Problematics of Aestheticizing Community, Labor vs. Value vs. Reward, and "Projects" vs. "Objects". In addition to my own work in interdisciplinary media, I make artist's editions with No Coast, do collaborative programming with Chances Dances, and edit an online and print journal called Monsters and Dust.
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