Juntae TeeJay Hwang is an artist, educator, and activist predominantly working within performance, film, and sculptural installations in addition to paintings and ceramics.

By questioning what productivity truly stands for in the current neoliberal and late capitalist era, TeeJay aims to challenge the individual narrative of progressive ideals in current western democracies. This narrative seduces us to work towards an illusionary freedom that demands homogenous transparency along with endless and laborious self-improvement; resulting in burnt out anxieties, which turn us all into workaholic zombies that resemble each other.

Juntae TeeJay Hwang

www.juntaeteejayhwang.com

Artist, Activist, Educator, Production Director

T: 646.402.2274 Email: teejayandme@gmail.com

2350 Arapahoe St, Denver, CO 80205

Education

2018-2020 Redline Denver Colorado- Resident Artist, 2018-2020

2016 Ox-Bow Artist Summer Residency, MI, USA - Resident Artist, 2016

Columbia University, School of Visual Arts, New York, USA - MFA New Genre, Sculpture, 2015-2017

University College of London, Slade School of Fine Art, London, UK - BA in Fine Art, First Class Honours, 2011-2015

University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins, London, UK - Foundation Diploma, 2010- 2011

Interlochen Center for the Arts, Michigan, USA - High School Diploma 2010

Solo Exhibitions

• 2018 Weekend Gallery, Seoul, South Korea curated by Jenny Cho, Edie Kim

Q Dictator in Prison, January 6th to Feb 10th 2018

• 2017 Bury Art Museum and Sculpture Centre, UK curated by Susan Lord

Angry Hotel Propaganda, February 4th to March 31st 2017

• 2016 Art in General New York with Centre for Contemporary Arts, Tallinn,

Estonia curated by Anne Barlow

Blue Salmon, October 7th to October 30th 2016

Group Exhibitions

2019 Redline Annual Resident Artist Exhibition, CO, Now That I Have Your (un)divided Attention, curated by Nicole M. Crawford

2018 Fuzhou International Laquer Art Biennial, Fuzhou, China

2018 TAG, February 2 – August 12, 2018

Institute of Contemporary Art Philadelphia, PA curated by Nayland Blake

2017, Mom's Gallery, NYC, Retreat curated by Peter Labier and Maggie Goldstone

2017 False Flag, Long Island City, NY- MFA Summer Show curated by Anya Komar

2016 Finished Goods Warehouse, NY - curated by Natalie Bell

2016 Xpace Cultural Centre, Toronto, Canada – Blindspots – curated by

2016 XL Catlin Art Guide – selected by Justin Hammonds

2016 Earl Lu Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Singapore

Faultlines :Disparate and desperate intimacies curated by Bing Hao

2016 Jewish Museum, NYC - In Response to: Unorthodox, curated by Chris Gartrell

2016 Wallach Gallery, NYC – MFA Exhibition curated by Amanda Parmer

2016 RUA RED, South Dublin Arts Centre, Ireland - Carnage Visors

2015 Kyoto University of the Arts, Japan – Theatrescope – curated by Kodama Kanazawa

2015 Institute of Contemporary Arts London

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2015

2015 Backlit, One Thoresby Street and Primary

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2015

2015 Slade School of Fine Art Degree Show – First Class Honour

2015 Royal Vauxhall Tavern – Slade Wotevers II – curator/participant

2014 Grant Museum of Zoology – Queer Zoo curated by Ben Campkin

2014 Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club – Cuntemporary Deep Trash Italia #2

2014 Royal Vauxhall Tavern – SQC Wotevers – curator/participant

2014 University College of London - In Conversation with Derek Jarman, Director

2013 Camden Art Centre – Q Blessing

2013 University College of London – Performance Art, Identity Politics Lecturer

2013 Woburn Square, UCL – Performance Day - curator/participant

2013 The Art Pavilion, Mile End

The Strange Impression of Seeing Things For The First time

2012 Slade School of Fine Art Interim Show

2012 Slade Research Centre – The Almighty Performance Day curated by Bea

Bonafini and Juntae TeeJay Hwang

2012 Central Film School – Film “Match Day” screening – Director of Photography

2012 School Visual Art Theatre -Summer Residency Screening Lens and Screen Art

2011 Central Saint Martins – Foundation Degree Show

2010 Interlochen Centre for the Arts – Senior Thesis,

Dusty Rabjohn Juried Exhibition and Noah Jemisem Juried Exhibition

In Collaboration with

2013 Barbican Art Centre – Cabaret Duchamp, with Hailey Newman

Loose Change

2012 Tate Modern, BMW Tate Live – with Emily Roysdon

I’m a Helicopter, Camera, Queen

Awards + Publications

2018 TBS eFM Korean Radio Interview about Solo Show “Q Dictator in Prison” in

Seoul with reporter Mark Wilson

2017 Culture Trip - 10 Up and Coming South Korean Artists You Need to

Know

https://theculturetrip.com/asia/south-korea/articles/10-up-and-coming-south-koreanartists-you-need-toknow

2016 Estonian TV Broadcast – Solo Show Publication on Estonian national TV

news

https://kultuur.err.ee/314062/arsi-majas-naeb-kahe-noore-ameerika-kunstniku-toid

2016 Artsy Editorial – 30 Emerging Artists to Watch This Spring

https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-30-emerging-artists-to-watch-this-spring

2016 DAZED DIGITAL, XL Catlin Art Guide – selected by Justin Hammonds

http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/gallery/21210/7/xl-catlin-guide

Work Experience

2015-18 Columbia University Wood, Metals, Ceramic Shop Fellow Manager

25hours/week teaching and maintenance

2017 Teaching Assistant @ Columbia University

Sculpture with Professor Jon Kessler

2016 Teaching Assistant @ Columbia University

Concept in VA: Performance Art with Professor Liz Magic Laser

2016 Summer Ox-Bow Artist Summer Residency, MI, USA

2013 Slade Queer Club – Co-founder,

2012 Central Film School, London, UK – Director of Photography

2011 School of Visual Art Summer Residency: Lens and Screen Art, NYC

2009 Parsons the New School of Design, Photography Summer, Paris, France