Beatrice Glow is an interdisciplinary artist leveraging experiential technology collaborations, olfactory art, sculptural installations, painting, writing and video to shift dominant narratives. She has been named a 2021 Yale-NUS College Artist-in-Residence;a 2019-2020 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace Artist; 2018-19 Smithsonian Artist Research Fellow; 2018-19 Smack Mellon Studio Program Artist; 2017-18 ZERO1 American Arts Incubator artist amplifying Indigenous and Afro-Ecuadorian voices; and 2015 Wave Hill Van Lier Visual Art Fellow. Her 2016-17 Asian/Pacific/American Institute at New York University residency led to virtual and augmented reality projects “The Wayfinding Project” and “Mannahatta VR,” and public installation “Lenapeway” in allyship with Indigenous environmental stewardship. She received a 2013 Franklin Furnace Fund grant for “Floating Library”—a pop-up public space aboard the Hudson River’s Lilac Museum Steamship. As a 2008-9 Fulbright Scholar, she developed a migratory museum and trilingual artist book on Asian migration to Peru.
Notable activities include solo exhibitions “Flowers and Forts” (2019) at Taipei Contemporary Art Center; “Spice Roots/Routes” (2017) at NYU Institute of Fine Arts, “Aromérica Parfumeur” (2016) at Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Chile and “Rhunhattan Tearoom” (2015) at Wave Hill; group shows at Honolulu Biennial 2017, Park Avenue Armory and Galeri Nasional Indonesia; and a Duke University Press’ Cultural Politics Journal artist feature. As a Hemispheric Institute Council Member, she co-founded the Performing Asian/Americas: Converging Movements workgroup. She holds a BFA in Studio Art from New York University and is a School of Visual Arts MFA Art Practice faculty member.