Jen Liu
Visual Arts Residency

Jen Liu is a New York-based visual artist working in video, performance, and painting on topics of national identity, economy, and the re-motivating of archival artifacts. In 2017, she received the Guggenheim Fellowship in Film/Video, the NYFA/NYSCA Gregory Millard Fellowship in Digital/Electronic Media, and she premiered her most recent work, PINK SLIME CAESAR SHIFT, in 2018’s Berlinale Forum Expanded exhibition.

She has presented work at the Whitney Museum, the New Museum, and Issue Project Room, all in New York; the Royal Academy and the ICA in London; Kunsthaus Zurich; Kunsthalle Wien and das weisse haus in Vienna; the Aspen Museum of Art; Henry Art Gallery, Seattle; MUSAC, Leon; as well as the 2014 Shanghai Biennale (China) and the Coreana Museum in Seoul, Korea. She has also received multiple grants and residencies, including Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart, Germany; Sommerakademie, Bern, Switzerland; de ateliers, Amsterdam, Netherlands; and the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York, among others.