I’m an interdisciplinary artist who makes dance, performance art, installations, and video. My work takes interest in geopolitics, social justice, queer glam, embodied risk-taking, and healing. I often draw directly from my mixed-race Southeast Asian, queer, and transgender experience. For more information, see my artist statement and check out my artist CV.

Press & Publications

Contributor to Dancer-Citizen Issue 4: The Global Self | The Self as Practice
Interviewed in Queering Contemporary Asian American Art by Laura Kina and Jan Christian Bernabe
Contributor to MXRS Commons: Constructing Identity Through Embodied Re-membrance and De-colonization
Where is Here? Gray Spaces at The Wild Project” by Sondra Fink, psycho-girl.com
Before Colonization: Zavé’s Brother Lovers” by Aurin Squire, helixqpn.org
Introducing the Multi-Media Artist Zavé Martohardjono” by Annie Malamet, posturemag.com
De Qouleur et de cheveaux” by Cleodalie, invisibles.com
When Your Politics is Greek Tragedy: Genderqueer Antigone” by Jillian T. Weiss, Bilerico Project at lgbtqnation.com

upcoming events

Satellite Art Fair | Friday Dec. 8th, 7-10pm

My video something dangerous will be part of “Slick and Gritty,” a pajama party film screening during Miami Basel curated by Ayana Evans and followed by a mimosa panel discussion. “Slick and Gritty” will showcase short video art pieces by 17 artists and art groups in a cozy environment. Come in your PJs! The event is also a fundraiser for the family of our fellow performer and friend, Geraldo Mercado, whose family resides in Puerto Rico.

Video works by Alicia Grullon, Autumn Knight, Carlos Salazar-Lermont, David Ian Bellows/Griess and Elizabeth Lamb, Dominque Duroseau, Geraldo Mercado, Hector Canonge, Hee Ran Lee, K. Yoland, Lisette Morel, Nyugen Smith, Olivia McGilchrist with Ayana Evans, Sean Wang, Tsedaye McKonnen, Viva Ruiz, Vivian Chinasa Ezugha, and Zavé Martohardjono. Panelists include Ayana Evans (moderator), Nyugen Smith, Zavé Martohardjono, Hector Canonge, Dominique Duroseau, Alicia Grullon and Tsedaye MaKonnen.