Beatrice Glow: Spice Roots/Routes. Duke House / The Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, New York, March 22–September 21, 2017. Press Release.
Lenapeway, New York University, October 10-December 9, 2016. Press Release .
Aromérica Parfumeur, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Santiago, Concepción, Chile. (August 13-October 9, 2016) and Concepción (October 21 - November 27, 2016), English Press Release | Comunicado de Prensa en español
on the subversion of opacity, Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space, Artists Alliance Inc., New York (Two-person exhibit with Arianna Carossa)
The Wayfinding Project, Asian/Pacific/American Institute at New York University. Press Release.
Rhunhattan [Tearoom], Wave Hill Sunroom Project Space, New York
Migratory Museum, an itinerant installation exhibited at: La Galería Enlace‐Arte Contemporáneo, Lima, Peru. Press Release . ; La Pontifica Universidad Católica del Perú; Centro Cultural El Eje, Bogotá, Colombia; Museo de Arte de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota, Colombia. Press.
The Land On Which We Gather, Martin-Mullen Art Gallery, SUNY Oneonta Fine Arts Center, Oneonta, NY, US
Fluid Kinships: Global Asian-Indigenous Relations in Contemporary Art, curated by the Global Asia/Pacific Art Exchange (GAX), the Ethnocultural Art Histories Research Group (EAHR) and the Indigenous Art Research Group (IARG), Concordia University, Montreal, CA
<Decode> Artists Policing Data, Curated by Jayanthi Moorthy and Daria Dorosh, Anya and Andrew Shiva Gallery, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, US
100 Works, Electropositive, Curated by Derrick Adams, Oshun Layne, Larry Ossei-Mensah, Teriha Yaegashi, Stephanie Cunningham, Gabriel de Guzman, & Becky Elmquist, Brooklyn, NY
As far as the heart can see, Curated by Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, US
Empathy, Curated by Gabriel de Guzman, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, New York, US
"Looking Back | Looking Forward: Culture in a Changing America," Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY. Press release here.
Banda Islands, Galeri Nasional, Jakarta, curated by Wim Manuhutu and Sadiah Boonstra. Press release here.
Call & Response, Wave Hill, Bronx, NY. Press release here.
Honolulu Biennial "Middle of Now | Here" March 8- May 8, 2017
Martha Wilson + Franklin Furnace, American University Museum at the Katzen Art Center, Washington D.C, November 12-December 18, 2016
Enacting the Text : Performing with Words, curated by Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful, Center for Book Arts, New York
"Magical (un)Real: Entranced Land," Co-curated by Esperanza Mayobre and Daniel Greenfield-Campoverde, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY
" Lettuce, Artichokes, Red Beets, Mangoes, Broccoli, Honey and Nutmeg: The Essex Street Market as Collaborator," Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space, Artists Alliance Inc., New York.
Bronx Speaks: Making Places, Bronx Museum of Art, New York
“Obsessions Collective” curated by Dany Vandenbossche at Zebrastraat Gallery, BE.
“Obsessions Collective” curated by John Zorn at Cavin‐Morris Gallery, New York. Press Release.
“Políticas del Display, Parte II,” collaboration with Alejandra Ballón, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Arequipa, PE
“Exodus,” Diaspora Vibe Gallery, Miami, US
Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship
Joan Mitchell Foundation Emerging Artist Grant Finalist
Wave Hill Van Lier Visual Art Fellowship
Creative Capital, On the Radar
Hemispheric Institute Council Member
Franklin Furnace Fund Grant Recipient
Visiting Scholar at Asian/Pacific/American Institute at New York University
Emerging Artist Fellow at Hemispheric New York Performance Network, one‐year artist research residency at the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, New York
“Obsessions Collective,” curatorial project by John Zorn
2018-2019 Smack Mellon Artist Studio Program
LES Studio Program, a program of Artists Alliance Inc, New York, NY
Winter Workspace, Wave Hill, Bronx, New York
Prattsville Art Center, New York
Fundación Telefónica mediaLAB, Lima, PE
Centro Hipermediatico Experimental Latinoamericana (cheLA), Buenos Aires, AR
"Lenapeway & NYU Native Plant Gardens Walking Tour," co-led with George Reis, supported by the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU
“Radical Archives” with Nicolas Dumit Estevez, New York University Cantor Film Center
“Neo-Pre-Columbian Tarot,” Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics VIII Encuentro, São Paulo, BR
“Again, But Different This Time,” Curated by Georgia Wall at Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center, New York
“Action Actual,” curated by Nicolas Dumit Estevez at El Museo del Barrio, New York
“Se Busca Colaborador.” DEFORMES 2008 Bienal Internacional de Performance, Santiago de Chile and El Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Valdivia, CL
“Whistle Chain,” East Village street intervention realized with the Hemispheric New York Program
“Migration Path,” Site‐specific action, Buenos Aires, AR
Mannahatta VR, Oceanus, Secret Theater, Queens, New York
Mannahatta VR, Asian/Pacific/American Institute at New York University
Exhibitor, Exploring Future Reality 2016, organized by NYC Media Lab, Viacom White Box Theatre, New York
"Art, Community and Technology in the Andes," ArtPlaceAmerican blog, May 22.
“A Conversation with Beatrice Glow”, The Banda Islands, Hidden Histories & Miracles of Nature, Anthology, Kabar Media, 2017. 66-75. print.
“Beatrice Glow: Circulating Undercurrents,” Cultural Politics Journal, Duke University Press. July 2017. issue, 13.2. 194-201. print.
"Banda "Spice" Islands." Our Ocean Archive, edited by Map Office and My Art Guide, Lightbox Publishing, 2017. 193-203. print.
"Rhunhattan: A Tale of Two Islands" NYU Digital Humanities Blog, Oct. 1, 2016
“Where do Asian Latin Americans Belong?” Art Newspaper HK, 21st issue. p.16. December 1.
“What is Chino? Memories and Imaginaries of Asian Latin America," post: Contemporary and Modern Art Perspectives, Museum of Modern Art. September 30.
“Taparaco Myth.” Trilingual publication in Spanish, Chinese and English. 218 pages. December 8.
Collections: Museum of Modern Art, New York, Library; Poets House, Archive; Museum of Chinese in America, Archive; Biblioteca Nacional de Colombia, Library; Stanford University Library
“Making Art in Allyship with Indigenous Communities,” Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, Washington D.C., August 15
“Expanding Perspectives: Our New York Histories” panel discussion with Nona Faustine and Jack Tchen American Folk Art Museum, New York, June 19
Waterways: Asian Indigenous Relations in Contemporary Art Artist Roundtable Discussion, Concordia University, Montreal, CA June 13
"ACTivaciones: Arte, Comunidad y Tecnología," Co-presented by US Embassy Quito and Arte Actual FLACSO, Quito, Ecuador, March 14
"Rhunhattan: A Tale of Two Islands," Fondation Perdu, Amsterdam, NL, Dec 16
"Rhunhattan: A Tale of Two Islands" Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies, Leiden, NL, Dec 15
Empire of Smoke: the Legacy of Tobacco, Duke House Exhibition Series Program, Institute of Fine Arts at New York University, May 11
A Tale of Two Islands: Reporting Back from the Banda Islands, Asian/Pacific/American Institute at New York University, May 4
The Wayfinding Project: Closing Showcase, New York University, Asian/Pacific/American Institute, Dec. 8
Artist Roundtable: Martha Wilson, Paco Cao and Beatrice Glow, panelist, Center for Book Arts, New York, Nov. 18
Rhunhattan: A Tale of Two Islands, Artist- in-Residence Welcome, Asian/Pacific/American Institute at New York University, Sept. 27
“ACAW Take 2: An After Thought,” My Art Guide: Venice Meeting Point, 56th Venice Biennale, May 8.
“Global Asia/Pacific Art Exchange Working Session,” held at the Asia/Pacific/American Institute of New York University, June 2.
“Asian/Americas: Praxis and Pedagogies.” College Art Association conference panel, presented by Diasporic Asian Art Network. February 14.
Guest Lecturer, “Lunchtime Lecture: Beatrice Glow,” School of Visual Arts MFA Art Practice, June 18.
Presentation, undergraduate course, “NYC Coastlines: Past, Present, and Future,” New York University, April 10.
Visiting Artist Lecture, Digital Interdisciplinary Art Practice MFA program, City College New York, April 3.
Social Justice & Immersive Tech, Price Institute, Rutgers-Newark, US, November 7
Lecture, undergraduate research and seminar lab, The Lenape Way: Decolonizing Newark-NYC | Documenting the Estuarial Ecoscape, Rutgers-Newark Honors College, New Jersey, US, October 18
Presentation for Digital Practice Group at Perkins Eastman, May 24.
Lecture, undergraduate seminar "21st Century Asian Cities," New York University, May 8.
Lecture, undergraduate course, Human Rights majors, International Honors Program, School for International Training, Jan. 23.
Lecture/Presentation, graduate seminar "Issues in Arts and Politics," New York University, Oct. 26.
Lecture/Presentation, undergraduate course "Contemporary Civilizations," Columbia University, Oct. 19.
Lecture/Presentation, “Theories of Urbanism & Suburbanism: Graduate seminar on urban theory, from the ancient world to the present,” New York Institute of Technology, April 20.
Lecture/Presentation, “Anti-Racist Feminist Media Seminar,“ Simone de Beauvoir Institute, Concordia University, Sept.15.
La Universidad Nacional San Marcos (UNSM) Anthropology Week lecture series, “Corto: ‘Mito Taparaco’(2009) de Beatrice Glow” comenta Beatrice Glow.” Lima, Peru
Strategy Manager, New York and Newark Public History Project
Participated in "Museology and the Mused" Workshop at the Metropolitan Museum of Art facilitated by Chester Dale Fellow Rosanna Raymond (July 22-23)
Respondent, ACAW Field Meeting Take 4: Thinking Practice, Guggenheim and Asia Society, New York
Expert at Creative Tech Week, New York
Studio Assistant at Reza Farkhondeh/Ghada Amer Studio, New York
Newsletter Editor at Diaspora Asian Art Network
Co-Convener with Alice Ming Wai Jim and Lok Siu for the work group “Performing Asian / Americas Converging Movements” for Hemispheric Institute’s Encuentro IX Montreal 2014
Production Management Intern with PERFORMA, NYC. Coordinated Christian Jankowski’s “Rooftop Routine” for PERFORMA07 Biennial and was also a production assistant for PERFORMA TV
Languages: English (native); Mandarin Chinese (native); Taiwanese (native); Spanish (near native)
US Fulbright Scholar, Performance Art Grantee, Peru
New York University, BFA in Studio Art, magna cum laude
Dean’s List; Education University Scholarship; Chancellor’s Grant; Studio Art Talent Award; Art and Technology Rudin Scholarship; Studied Art History in El Museo del Prado, Madrid, ES; Scholars Travel Colloquium to Greece, Ghana and New Orleans
Chang, Alexandra. “Unworlding and Becoming With: Beatrice Glow’s Rhunhattan” Urban Tribes, June 2019: 25-29.
Muller, Clara. "An Overview of Olfactory Art" Revue La Nez, Issue 4, October 2017: 103.
Chan, Hera. “What has the ocean seen?” LEAP Magazine, Fall 2017: 296-297.
Machida, Margo. “Pacific Itineraries: Islands and Oceanic Imaginaries in Contemporary Asian American Art.” Asian Diasporic Visual Culture in the Americas Journal, Special Issue 3, Spring 2017: 13-14.
Machida, Looser and Maravillas. “Island Worlds, Oceanic Diasporas, and Global Flows” Asian Diasporic Visual Culture in the Americas Journal, Special Issue 3, Spring 2017: 5.
Li, Yu-Chieh. “A Tale of Two Islands.” Asian Diasporic Visual Culture in the Americas Journal, Spring 2017: 221-225.
"Doble Cartel y más cultura en el Museo de Arte UN." Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota, CO. 2009
"La Memoria Perdida." Revista Integracion. Lima, Peru. 2009
Sanhi, Manmeet. “Ecuador: Artist Weaves Art, Tech to Make Communal Tapestry” TeleSur, April 17, 2018
Dees, Sasha. Beatrice Glow: Spice Roots/Routes @ James D. Duke House, New York, Trendbeheer,com, July 6, 2017.
Burnet, Ian, Rhunhattan - A Tale of Two Islands, Spice Islands Blog, July 4, 2017.
Charisma, James. Honolulu’s New Biennial Makes the Case for Hawaiian Contemporary Art, Hyperallergic. April 14, 2017.
Pechman, Alexandra. Honolulu Biennial Is the Art Event Your Beach Vacation Needs. Conde Nast Traveler. Feb. 23, 2017
Bouza, Jeronimo. El Aroma de la Historia, La Voz de la Chimba, Ciudad Viva, No. 39. Oct. 2016.
Mirzoeff, Nicholas, Still Searching...5. Visual Sovereignty and Standing Rock: Decolonizing Native Spaces of Appearance, Spaces of Appearance Series, Foto Museum Blog, Dec. 1, 2016.
Liberty, Megan N., The Documents Left Behind from Live Performances, Hyperallergic, Nov. 30, 2016
Eileen Reynolds, "Decolonizing New York", New York University News, October 10, 2016.
Interview with Maria Montt Strabucchi "Aromérica Parfumeur: Una Entrevista con Beatrice Glow" on ALADAA ( Asociación Latinoamericana de Estudios de Asia y África)
Interviewed by Danni Shen "Rhunhattan: An Interview with Beatrice Glow,"access date 10/15/2015
Jeong-A Kim, "Wave Hill's Sunroom Project Space - Final Exhibition for Fall 2015," The Rodin Less Traveled, Christie's Education, access date: 9/30/2015
ED Lab Studios, “Seen in NY: Floating Library,” New Learning Times at Columbia University, access date: 11/19/2014.
Lauren Price “Floating Library Closes Its Doors for the Season,” Downtown Magazine. 10/8/2014.
Emily Schmidt, “The Floating Library,” Architectural League’s Urban Omnibus. 10/1/2014.
Claire Voon, “A Floating Library on the Hudson,” Hyperallergic, 9/12/2014.
"Floating Library," Pop-Up Cultural Venue, Coming to Tribeca's Pier 25,” Tribeca Tribune. 8/21/2014.
Jeremiah Moss “All aboard the Floating Library at Hudson Pier,” Metro, 9/22/2014.
Annalisa Quinn “Book News: Floating Library To Open On New York's Hudson River,” National Public Radio. 9/3/14.
Oliver Morrison “A Place for Literary Pirates,” NY Press. 9/3/2014.
Wendy Joan Biddlecombe “Floating Library breathes new life into historic steamship,” Metro, 9/7/2014.
Kelli Dunham, “The Floating Library has arrived in Manhattan,” Refinery 29. 9/8/2014.
Jenn Carlson “A Floating Library is coming to the Hudson River,” The Gothamist, 8/20/14.
Sara Boboltz “This Is A Floating Library. Every City Should Probably Have One.” Huffington Post. 8/25/2014.
Kimberly Ruth, “Beatrice Glow, Art Uncovered,” Player FM. https://player.fm/series/art-uncovered/beatrice-glow. 7/30/2019.
“Floating Library on America's Last Surviving Steamship,” WFTV Channel 9. 9/6/2014.
Kelsey Schappell, “Pop-up floating library will dock in the Hudson River this weekend” Interview, WFUV Radio, Fordham University. 9/4/2014.