Artist Dominique Fung joins Rail Editor Jessica Holmes for a conversation. We conclude with a poetry reading.
In this talk
New York-based artist Dominique Fung was born in 1987 in Ottawa, Canada. She received her BAA from Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Design in Oakville, Canada in 2009. Recent solo presentations include Relics and Remains at Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles in 2020 and Wash Your Corners at Ross + Kramer, New York in 2019. Her current solo exhibition, It’s Not Polite To Stare at Jeffrey Deitch, New York will be on view through June 26, 2021.
New York area-based writer, editor, and critic Jessica Holmes has been rooted in the art world for the past twenty years. Among other outlets, her writing features regularly in BOMB, Hyperallergic, The Observer, and the Brooklyn Rail, where she also edits the ArTonic column. Jessica is also Editor-in-Chief of Degree Critical. She’s contributed to numerous exhibition catalogues; most recently major texts may be found in Calder: From the Stony River to the Sky (Hauser & Wirth) and Žilvinas Kempinas (Ikon Gallery). From 1999-2018 she worked for the Calder Foundation, including 6 years serving as its Deputy Director, where she wrote and lectured widely on Alexander Calder’s life and work. Jessica holds an MFA in art criticism and writing from SVA.