Jesse Chun is a multidisciplinary artist whose work investigates conditions of language generated by bureaucracy, migration, pedagogy, and systems of communication. Her practice attempts to translate and unlearn the ideological machinery of language through text, video, digital media, sound, drawing and publishing. A selection of upcoming/recent exhibitions, fellowships and commissions include the Bronx Museum of the Arts (2017), the Drawing Center (2018), Queens Museum (2018), Triple Canopy (2018), BRIC (2018), ArtCenter/SouthFlorida (2017) in Miami, and the Brooklyn Bridge Park (solo public commission, 2016) in New York, among others. Chun has published two artist books: Blueprints (2017) with Silent Face Projects, and Valid From Until (2016) with Booklyn Press. Select venues of artist talks and teaching include the Museum of Modern Art, the Bruce High Quality Foundation University, NADA, the School of Visual Arts, Hunter College, Parsons the New School for Design in New York, and more. Chun's work has been reviewed in Artforum, the Brooklyn Rail, ArtAsiaPacific, the Wall Street Journal, Art21, and BOMB magazine. From Seoul, Hong Kong, New York, and Toronto, she is based in New York.