Yin Ho

Yin Ho is a Brooklyn-based artist and writer interested in value systems and methods of exchange via technology, belief, and care. Recent shows include “Cucumber Skin Jacket, ” a solo exhibition at Appendix Gallery in Columbus, OH, and “Science Window, ” a three-person show at Kayoko Yuki in Tokyo, JP. Her work was recently added to the Centre Georges Pompidou permanent collection. A graduate of the ITP program at NYU Tisch School of the Arts and the London School of Economics, she is a part of An/other New York, a collective of Asian and Asian American cultural workers, and a former member of Tiger Strikes Asteroid, a group of artist-run, non-profit galleries. Her critical writing has appeared in Rhizome and Artforum, among others.

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Comradeship Reading Group: How Do We Work? Collectivity as an Aesthetic Gesture

On November 26 we are reading the ninth chapter “How Do We Work? Collectivity as an Aesthetic Gesture,” translated by Rawley Grau and originally published in Marko Pogacnik: The Art of Life - The Life of Art in 2012. The conversation will be led by curator and writer, Yin Ho.

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Reading Group: Contemporaneity as Points of Connection

On July 16 we are reading the fifth chapter “Contemporaneity as Points of Connection,” translated by Rawley Grau. The conversation will be co-led by artist and writer, Yin Ho and curator and writer, Ladi’Sasha Jones.

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Comradeship Reading Group

Comradeship: Curating, Art, and Politics in Post-Socialist Europe: Reading Group

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