Rose Khor uses primarily video, photography,
and performance to engage in politics of identity and representation.
She is interested in finding ways to destabilize and re-imagine the
situated roles of Artist, Subject, and Spectator. Her current work explores
the banal and unusual in tourist spaces and cultural theme parks in
order to construct a different way of experiencing these spaces. Rose
received a BFA and a minor in Art History from the University of Florida.
After relocating to California, she worked for several years in urban
arts and education programs for the non-profit organization, Oakland
Asian Students Educational Services and the City of Oakland. Rose is
currently pursuing a MFA at the University of California at Berkeley.