itinerant_sends_for_itinerant is an artistic collaboration between Jane Jin Kaisen & Guston Sondin-Kung. They are invested in contested and emerging histories, places where historical truth is actively being disputed and its effects felt through traumatic dislocation. Through the mediums of film, video, and performance, we are drawn to multilayered, fragmented, and diasporic perspectives, which recognize the subjective within history and take into account the various dynamics of race, class and gender in a transnational perspective.
Jane Jin Kaisen is a visual artist based in Copenhagen. She holds an MA in Art Theory and Communication from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, an MFA in Interdisciplinary Studio Art from The University of California Los Angeles, and she participated in The Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program. Jane Jin has exhibited her artwork at Kunsthallen Brandts, Nikolaj Contemporary Art Center, Museum of Contemporary Art Roskilde, and The National Museum of Photography in Denmark, Malmö Konsthall in Sweden, Videonale13in Germany, The2009 Incheon Women Artists’ Biennale amongst many other venues.
Guston Sondin-Kung is an American visual artist based in Copenhagen, Denmark. He holds a BFA from California Institute of the Arts and has held a faculty teaching position at Otis College of Art and Design for four years. While teaching at Otis he also helped to found and then taught in the OTEAM program. He has lectured at the Iberia Center for Contemporary Art, CCA Kitakyushu Museum, DePaul University and the Museum of Jurassic Technology among others. He has exhibited his work at MOCA Geffen Contemporary, Kunsthallen Nikolaj, Kunstmuseum Bonn: Videonale 13, CCA Kitakyushu Museum Japan, Vox Populi Gallery and SolwayJones Gallery.
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