Simon Wu is an artist based in New York. He is the Program Coordinator for The Racial Imaginary Institute and a graduate of the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program.
In a series of sculptures and installation works, the artist unpacks the self-destructive consequences of their faith in the solidarity of cisgender white men
At the New Museum, the exhibition, conceived by the late curator Okwui Enwezor, is a sobering look at the realities of Black grief, but fails to address its root cause
At Artists Space, New York, a retrospective of the collective’s body of work reminisces on the punkish criticality of the 1990s
At Essex Street, New York, the artist presents an array of prefabricated objects through the lens of disability and chronic illness
The artist’s online project enacts a daily fantasy of revenge – or reparation – for the Western history of institutional racism and colonialism
The Asian-American designers embrace alienation as an integral aspect of identity
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