Self Inverted, Junlin Zhu
Alum of the Department of Photography & Imaging, Junlin Zhu, recently share some good news with us:
I was picked by James Estrin and a few other editors from New York Times Portfolio Review to be 1 of the 10 emerging artists for Photoville's Emergi Cubes program. During Photoville, I will be showing my thesis project, Self Inverted. My work will be exhibited as an installation on a ~46" cube, and it will be in the public space.
New York City’s FREE premier photo destination, produced by United Photo Industries, is a modular venue built from repurposed shipping containers.
Photoville’s eighth edition will take place in September 2019 in Brooklyn Bridge Plaza and feature more than 90 indoor and outdoor exhibitions, as well as 30+ panels, workshops, night time projections and more!
朱俊林 Junlin Zhu (b. 1994 in Mianyang, Sichuan, China) is a visual artist working primarily within lens-based mediums. The theme of his work centers on his intersectional identities of being gay and Asian, along with an inspection of the idea of mainstream versus other (insider/outsider).
With a personal interest in facilitating diversity, and an understanding of the importance of anti-hegemonic representation, his work aims to provide a sphere for Asian faces and bodies in the visual world. Junlin holds a BFA in Photography and Imaging from the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. Junlin lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.