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stephanie mei huang is a Los Angeles-based interdisciplinary artist. She uses a diverse range of media and strategies including film/video, installation, social interventions, sculpture, writing, and painting. Through research and practice, she aims to erode the violent mythologies that perpetuate expansionist and exceptionalist narratives, in the hopes of excavating forgotten, erased, and partial histories. She yearns to locate sites of emergence from which we can perhaps fabulate new and adjacent histories. She recently completed her MFA in Art at the California Institute of the Arts (2020), and she received her BA from Scripps College (2016). She is a contributor to the Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles. She is the recipient of a Getty Foundation grant and has taught at non-profits such as the Marfa Studio of Arts and Venice Arts. Her solo thesis exhibition at California Institute of the Arts has been postponed due to COVID-19. She most recently exhibited at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, and Stamp Gallery at the University of Maryland.  She will have solo exhibitions with 4th Ward Project Space, Chicago; and Hauser & Wirth Book and Printed Matter Lab; and will be exhibiting at the UCLA New Wight gallery in Los Angeles; and the Arizona State University Art Museum in Tempe in the coming year.

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