Trouble with the Index: Victoria Fu


California Museum of Photography

Thursday, May 22, 2014, 4pm



Free and open to the public. The talk will start at 4:10pm in Arts 45 on the UCR campus.



Victoria Fu, whose work is included in Trouble with the Index (on view through June 21 at the California Museum of Photography, part of UCR ARTSblock), will speak about her artistic practice as part of the UCR Art Department's Guest Lecture Series. The talk will start at 4:10pm in Arts 45 on the UCR campus.

Victoria Fu (b. 1978, Santa Monica, CA) is a visual artist who lives and works in San Diego and Los Angeles. She films, photographs, and draws the image. Her work has been featured in solo exhibitions at the University Art Gallery, UC Irvine (2014); Document Space, Chicago (2014); Savannah College of Art + Design (2009), and elsewhere. Her work has been included in group exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego (2013); Carter & Citizen, Culver City (2013); LAXART, Los Angeles (2012); Chinati Foundation, Marfa (2012); Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC (2011); and De Appel, Amsterdam (2009), among elsewhere, and her work will be included in the upcoming 2014 Whitney Biennial in New York. Fu is a 2014-15 Irvine Fellow at Montalvo Arts Center and current grantee of Rema Hort Mann Foundation's YoYoYo Artist Project Fund and Art Matters Foundation. Fu co-directs ART OFFICE's The Moving Index. She attended the Whitney Independent Study Program and Skowhegan in 2006. She earned an MFA at California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, an MA in Art History and Museum Studies at the University of Southern California, and a BA in Art at Stanford University.

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