Kristy H.A. Kang

Dr Kristy H. A. Kang is a media artist and scholar whose work explores narratives of place and geographies of cultural memory. She holds a PhD in Media Arts and Practice from the University of Southern California (USC). She is Assistant Professor at NTU ADM, Singapore, and was previously Associate Director of the Spatial Analysis Laboratory at USC’s Sol Price School of Public Policy in Los Angeles. Her research interests combine urban and ethnic studies, mapping, animation, and digital media arts to visualise cultural histories of cities and communities. Kang was a founding member of the Labyrinth Project research initiative at USC, serving as researcher, project director, and designer on a range of collaborative projects since 1997. These works have been published and presented internationally at conferences and institutions including the Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles; the Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe; the Museum of Art at Seoul National University; and the Jewish Museum, Berlin.