Born in Manchester, Jamaica, Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow is a multidisciplinary artist with a BFA (1996) University of Florida (NWSA), FL and an MFA (2005) from Hunter College, NYC. Her work has been shown internationally at venues including Exit Art (NYC), Rush Arts Gallery (NYC), Amelie A. Wallace Gallery at SUNY Old Westbury (NY), Queens Museum of Art (NY), Third Streaming LLC (NY), MoCADA (Museum of Contemporary African Diasporic Arts) (NYC), Art Museum of the Americas (Washington, DC), Grace Exhibition Space (NYC), Panoply Lab (NYC), Open Contemporary Art Center in Beijing, China, and GIMPAF (Gwanju International Media Performance Arts Festival) Gwanju, South Korea. She is a Rema Hort Mann nominee and a 2012 NYFA Fellow in Interdisciplinary Art. Her work has been reviewed by publications such as The New York Times, The Huffington Post, The Washington Diplomat, Daily Serving, Hyperallergic, Artinfo, The New York Art World, and Newsday. Lyn-Kee-Chow often explores performance and installation art from a feminine perspective and draws from the nostalgia of her homeland, the commodified imagery of Caribbean primitivism, folklore, fantasy, consumerism, spirituality and nature’s ephemerality. She lives and works in Queens, NY.
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