Jesse Chun is a multidisciplinary artist whose work considers new translations of place, language, and identity. Her process involves unlearning, deciphering, and authoring elements of symbols, information, and cultural memory. Select exhibitions include the Bronx Museum of the Arts, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, Fridman Gallery, the Brooklyn Bridge Park (solo public commission) in New York and Incheon International Women Artists Biennial in South Korea; select awards include BRIC Media Arts Fellowship, LES Printshop Keyholder Residency, Bronx Museum AIM and NYFA IAP program. Her recent book projects Blueprints (2017) and Valid From Until (2016) were published by Silent Face Projects and Booklyn Press. Chun's work has been reviewed in Artforum, Art21, the Wall Street Journal and the Korea Times, among others. She has taught at the Bruce High Quality Foundation University, and has given artist talks at SVA, Parsons, RISD, NYU and Hunter College. Formerly from Seoul, Hong Kong, New York and Toronto, she currently works and lives in New York.