BA, 1998, Oberlin College; MFA, 2007, School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Residencies: New Museum, New York; Whitney Independent Study Program; Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture; Fulbright Fellowship, Italy; Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace program. Solo exhibitions and performances: DiverseWorks, Houston (with Mark Tribe); The St. Louis Art Museum; Brooklyn Museum, Abrons Art Center, New York; Aspect/Ratio Gallery; Momenta Art, Brooklyn; Night Gallery, Los Angeles; Julius Caesar Gallery, Chicago. Group exhibitions: Nouvelles Vagues, Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Anti-Establishment, Bard CCS Hessel Museum (with Elise Rasmussen); the Young Artists' Biennial, Bucharest; Werkschauhalle Gallery, Leipzig.
Chelsea Knight was born in Vermont and now lives and works in New York. Her work in video, photography, and performance looks at the inadequacy of language and the reproduction of ideologies of authority and identity. In conflating real with potential, political with cognitive, her work and characters search for ways to formulate social knowledge.
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