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Jessye McDowell

Judson-Morrissey 2021 Fellow: Sal Moreno

Sal Moreno (he/ him) I’m an artist and musician based in Chicago, IL. I’ve spent the past 2 years pursuing a Master of Fine Arts degree in Art and Technology, focused on the development of extended reality projects (XR includes…

Judson-Morrissey 2021 Fellow: Ralph Day

Ralph Day (he/ him) is an alchemist: He mixes together music, video, dance, and storytelling to take people to other worlds. He is graduating from University of North Carolina – Asheville this spring. Ralph was a recipient of a 2021 Judson-Morrissey…

Judson-Morrissey 2021 Fellow: Lena Chen

Lena Chen (she/ her) I am a Chinese American artist, writer, organizer, and sex worker examining gender, labor, technology, and trauma. Engaging performance, writing, and social practice, my work is concerned with the fractured experience of womanhood: the state of…

Judson-Morrissey 2021 Fellow: Jonghong Park

Jonghong Park (he/ him) is an artist and designer based in Bremen. His work focuses on discovering, researching, and revealing inherent relational algorithms from nature, mundane artifacts, technical objects, and human behaviors, and exploring new media and digital technologies. He…

Judson-Morrissey 2021 Fellow: Huan He

Huan He (he/him/his) is a queer Chinese American scholar, maker, and poet. He is a Ph.D. candidate in American Studies & Ethnicity at the University of Southern California and a recipient of a USC Research Enhancement Fellowship. Working at the…

Judson-Morrissey 2021 Fellow: Chanee Choi

Chanee Choi has developed a ritualistic craft-based art practice that transcends the conservative and isolationist roots of traditional East Asian craftwork by focusing on a celebration of feminist theory and modern tech. Within this hybrid genre, she produces both embodied…