Alexander Si

New York, NY


Alexander Si (b. 1996, 09/17) is a multidisciplinary, project-based artist who’s body of work documents and examines subjects in American popular culture that exposes invisible labor, class and racial disparity, and the mental and behavioral repercussions of media and technology. Working at the intersection of sculpture, performance, video, and installation, Si uses hacking, staging, acting, and fabrication to lift these common scenarios out of its context and document the sociological consequences of contemporary times.

Si’s work has been shown with institutions and galleries like Untitled Art Fair, Home Gallery, Chinatown Soup, Tutu Gallery, and Ki Smith Gallery. His artistic and curatorial projects have been reviewed by Art in America, Hyperallergic, The Brooklyn Rail, BOMB, artnet, and The Art Newspaper. Si holds an MFA degree in Fine Arts at the School of Visual Arts, and two B.A. in both Architecture Studies and Media Studies at the University of Toronto.



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