Kathy Cho is an artist and curator whose practice focuses on affect theory, immaterial labor, and feminisms. Her research manifests as loose narratives created through objects, images, writings and events.

She has previously curated exhibitions for High Tide gallery, and currently co-curates with two collectives, Present Futures and To Whom This May Concern.

She received a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is currently an MFA Curating candidate at Goldsmiths, University of London. ︎

* (co-) curator
† artist
‡ documentation available on request

Nov 2018  Phantom Limb*
⤳ Cody Dock, London, UK

Oct 2018  Banal*
⤳ Enclave Lab, London, UK

Oct 2018  Fleshing Out the Ghost
⤳ Park Ave, Brooklyn, NY

May 2018  Crossings*
⤳ 310 New Cross, London, UK

Jan 2018  Liquid Love
⤳ Gas, guest at The Pit, Los Angeles, CA

Nov 2017  It Might Be Warm but It’s Not Clean*
⤳ High Tide, Philadelphia, PA

May 2017  only to find*
⤳ High Tide, Philadelphia, PA

Apr 2017  Present Futures: Strategies for Emancipation (Part Two)*
⤳ Open Engagement (Justice), Chicago, IL

Feb 2017  Present Futures: Healing and Self-Preservation as Resistance*
⤳ Gnarly Vines & Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

Feb 2017  The Diamond Stingily Show, Episode 3
⤳ Know Wave, online

Nov 2016  NAKAYAMA + OH*
⤳ High Tide, Philadelphia, PA

Aug 2016  Present Futures: Strategies for Emancipation (Part One)*
⤳ Denny Gallery (pop-up), New York, NY

Apr 2016  It’s OK*
⤳ High Tide, Philadelphia, PA

Jan 2016  Fragile States*‡
⤳ ACRE Projects, Chicago, IL