This spring, Parlor Room is proud to invite you to another three visiting artist lectures for our peers, faculty, and SAIC community. Parlor Room is a visiting-artists program by Graduate Students in the School of the Art Institute's Photography Department.
Join us online on Wednesday, February 16th at 6:00 pm for the first event of the 2022 series: a conversation with artist Ka-Man Tse on community, identity, and visibility surrounding relational photographic practices.
Ka-Man Tse is an artist and educator. She has exhibited her work at Para Site, Videotage, Lumenvisum, and Eaton Workshop, in Hong Kong. In the U.S. she has mounted solo shows at Aperture in New York, and the Silver Eye Center for Photography in Pittsburgh, PA. Recent exhibitions include Art on the Stoop: Sunset Screenings at the Brooklyn Museum, Chosen at the Leslie Lohman Museum in New York, Tate Lates at the Tate Museum, and Known and Strange at the Photography Centre at the Victoria and Albert Museum, both in London. She is the recipient of the Robert Giard Fellowship, the Aperture Portfolio Prize, and the Aaron Siskind Fellowship. Her monograph, narrow distances was published by Candor Arts in 2018. Curatorial projects include Daybreak: New Affirmations in Queer Photography at the Leslie-Lohman Museum (co-curated with Matt Jensen), and Unruly Visions, in partnership with the Hong Kong International Photography Festival, featuring work by emerging LGTBQ photographers in Hong Kong. Her writing has been published in Best! Letters from Asian Americans edited by Christopher K. Ho and Daisy Nam, Photo No Nos, edited by Jason Fulford, and Object Lessons, edited by Leslie Martin. My Race is My Gender, a book in collaboration with Stephanie Hsu and six nonbinary writers, is forthcoming through Rutgers University Press. She is currently the Director of BFA Photography at Parsons School of Design.