Jacqueline Kiyomi Gork

Tuesday, February 16, 2021 5 pm to 6 pm

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Jacqueline Kiyomi Gork has been working with the intersection of sound, sculpture and performance since 2002. She studied sound art, photography and new genres at the San Francisco Art Institute and researched the history of communication technologies, acoustics and computer music at Stanford University where she received her MFA.


Kiyomi Gork has exhibited at Empty Gallery in Hong Kong, GES-VAC in Moscow, SFMOMA, The Lab and Queens Nails Projects in San Francisco, 356 Mission Rd, Machine Project and Various Small Fires in Los Angeles. Most recently Kiyomi Gork is in Made in LA at the Hammer Museum. She has participated in residencies at Skowhegan, EMPAC, Mills College and Schloss Solitude in addition to receiving multiple grants from the San Francisco Arts Commission, Center for Cultural Innovation, Joan Mitchell Foundation, The Foundation for Contemporary Art and VIA Art Fund. Performances have included multiple collaborations with Laetitia Sonami, the collective 0th and solo projects.


An acclaimed weekly lecture series brings in artists, designers, and critical theorists from around the world, broadening the students’ experiential base and complementing local offerings. All lectures and exhibitions are open to the general public free of charge.  Unless otherwise indicated, all events are hosted by the Natalie and James Thompson Art Gallery, and take place on Tuesday evenings from 5-6pm PST.

For more info, visit sjsu.edu/thompsongallery

Photo credit: Joshua White.

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