Jesse Chun Jesse Chun

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Jesse Chun is an artist working and living in New York. Chun's practice addresses systems of language, power, and legibility to uncover new translations toward poetry, opacity, and the untranslatable. Chun's work has been presented internationally at SculptureCenter; Queens Museum; The Drawing Center; BAM; Bronx Museum of the Arts; the Vera List Center for Art and Politics (all in the United States); Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto; Oakville Galleries (Canada); and the Nam June Paik Art Center (South Korea), among others. Recent awards include the Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant (2020) and the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship at ISCP (2019). Her work is in public collections of the Museum of Modern Art Library; the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Artist Book Collection; the Smithsonian Institution, Archive of American Art; Yale University Library; Asia Art Archive in America; Whitney Museum Library, and more. Chun's digital and print publications include WORKBOOK (published by Triple Canopy, 2019); Intangible Heritage (Wendy's Subway x BAM, 2018); Blueprints (Silent Face Projects, 2017); and Valid From Until (Booklyn, 2016). 






























































INDEX (not an alphabetical kind)
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SULLAE
INDEXING MY MONOLOGUE
ENUNCIATING SILENCE AND
TRANSLATIONS (ON EVIDENCE, UNTRANSLATABLE FUTURES, AND OTHER DRAWINGS)
WRITINGS(ㅁ)
WORKBOOK
NAME AGAINST THE SAME SOUND
VALID FROM UNTIL
LIQUID MYTHS
ON PAPER

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