Beatrice Glow

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Beatrice Glow


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BEATRICE GLOW is an artist-researcher leveraging interactive multimedia installations and multi-sensory experiences in service of public history and just futures. Her diverse practice includes sculptural installations, participatory workshops, olfactory art, emerging media, and multi-lingual publishing. She has been named a 2021 Yale-NUS College Artist-in-Residence; 2019-2020 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace Artist with Visiting Artist status at LaGuardia Studio and the Studio Art Department at New York University; 2018-19 Smithsonian Artist Research Fellow; 2018-19 Smack Mellon Studio Program Artist; 2017-18 ZERO1 American Art Incubator lead artist to Ecuador in partnership with US Department of State’s Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs; 2016-17 Artist-in-Residence at the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at New York University; Honolulu Biennial 2017 artist, 2015 Wave Hill Van Lier Visual Art Fellow, 2015 Joan Mitchell Foundation Emerging Artist Finalist, Hemispheric Institute Council Member, 2013 Franklin Furnace Fund grantee and 2008-9 US Fulbright Scholar. Solo exhibitions include Beatrice Glow: Once the Smoke Clears at Baltimore Museum of Art (forthcoming in 2022); Forts and Flowers at Taipei Contemporary Art Center (2019); Beatrice Glow: Spice Routes/Roots, at the Duke House with NYU Institute of Fine Arts (2017); Aromérica Parfumeur with Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Chile; Lenapeway and The Wayfinding Project at New York University; Rhunhattan Tearoom at Wave Hill; and Floating Library — a pop-up, mobile device-free public space aboard the historic Lilac Museum Steamship —on the Hudson River. Glow work has been featured in Panorama Journal of the Association of Historians of American Art, Cultural Politics Journal, post at MoMA, Art Newspaper and has published Taparaco Myth, a trilingual artist book (Chinese, English and Spanish). She has presented performance lectures at Asia Contemporary Art Week’s Field Meetings at Asia Society and Venice Biennale 2015. She regularly works with students and has presented artist talks at New York University; Columbia University; Hunter College; Concordia University; and New York Institute of Technology, amongst others. As a Hemispheric Institute Council Member, she co-founded the Performing Asian/Americas: Converging Movements workgroup. She serves as the program manager for The Public History Project and is a faculty member at the School of Visual Arts MFA Art Practice Program teaching a course on Diasporic and Decolonial Art History, Theory and Practice. She holds a BFA in Studio Art from NYU.

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“Beatrice Glow,” NTU CCA Singapore Digital Archive, accessed November 29, 2022,