Log in to post comments Position Photography Fellow Academic Area Photography Office Hours By appointment at Location S270 C Email firstname.lastname@example.org Website amikoli.com Research Focus Through strategies of reenactment, exchange and mistranslation, his works explore an aleatoric approach to the nuances in the cultural and social system, as well as ethics of language and representation. He is currently working on a text-based project that draws sources including acupuncture, palm reading, induction of psychogenic illness, tetrochromacy in birds, evolution, rating system, and body autonomy. Amiko Li (b. 1993, Shanghai) is a visual artist working in photography, text and video. His works explore the paradox of intimacy and distance. He is the recipient of the PDN The Curator Award, Center Project Launch Award, and Royal Ulster Academy Portrait Prize. Exhibition include Abrons Arts Center, New York; LeRoy Neiman Gallery at Columbia University, New York; Ulster Museum, Ireland; Thorvald Meyers 51, Norway; Beijing World Art Museum, China; and Belfast Photo Festival, Ireland. Screenings include Anthology Film Archive, New York; Landline, Chicago; Flat Earth Film Festival, Iceland. Publications include Adbusters; American Chordata; Esquire Russia; Juxtapoz; and New Yorker Photo. He was recently awarded residencies and fellowships at Triangle Arts Association, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, and Künstlerhaus Stuttgart.