Catalina Ouyang

Warlord in a Minivan, 2017
photo by Lani Trock.
Catalina Ouyang has had solo and two-person exhibitions at Selena Gallery (Brooklyn, NY), Make Room (Los Angeles, CA), Trestle Projects (Brooklyn, NY), PLUG Projects (Kansas City, MO), the Millitzer Gallery (St. Louis, MO) and fort gondo compound for the arts (St. Louis, MO). Her work has been included in group exhibitions at Kravets Wehby Gallery (New York, NY), ART021 Fair (Shanghai, China), Helena Anrather (New York, NY), the Zilkha Gallery at Wesleyan University (Middletown, CT), Anonymous Gallery (Mexico City, Mexico), fffriedrich (Frankfurt, Germany), like a little disaster (Polignano a Mare, Italy), projects+ gallery (St. Louis, MO), SPRING/Break Art Fair 2018 (New York, NY), Make Room (Los Angeles, CA), No Place (Columbus, OH), Rubber Factory (New York, NY), Gallery 400 (Chicago, IL), COOP Gallery (Nashville, TN), and Field Projects (New York, NY).
She has attended residencies at the NARS Foundation (Brooklyn, NY), OBRAS (Evoramonte, Portugal), Atlantic Center for the Arts (New Smyrna Beach, FL), Mary Sky (Hancock, VT), and North Mountain (Shanghai, WV).
Her writing has appeared in River Teeth, Cura Literary Magazine, the Blueshift Journal, and Little Fiction, with two Pushcart Prize nominations. She is a 2019 MFA candidate in Sculpture at Yale University.
The books mentioned in the interview were Ghostly Matters and Salt Fish Girl.
DEATH DRIVE JOY RIDE, 2018
Warlord in a Minivan, 2017
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  1. […] Catalina Ouyang is currently preparing to complete her MFA in Sculpture at Yale University. Her exhibition thesis is coming up in the spring and will be a sculptural installation/durational performance. As a second generation Chinese-American, much of Ouyang’s work deals with diaspora and other issues related to displaced populations. Ouyang incorporates the concept of “Shifting Baseline Syndrome” into the piece as related to heritage, language and ancestral knowledge. Stone, plaster, Styrofoam and found materials make up pieces of varied scales. […]

  2. […] Catalina Ouyang is currently preparing to complete her MFA in Sculpture at Yale University. Her exhibition thesis is coming up in the spring and will be a sculptural installation/durational performance. As a second generation Chinese-American, much of Ouyang’s work deals with diaspora and other issues related to displaced populations. Ouyang incorporates the concept of “Shifting Baseline Syndrome” into the piece as related to heritage, language and ancestral knowledge. Stone, plaster, Styrofoam and found materials make up pieces of varied scales. […]