current & recent projects

see project archive for all projects

I am a visual artist and social practitioner who explores belonging, resilience, and other dimensions of psychological well-being by engaging communities in participatory research. These cooperative processes inform artworks in drawing, calligraphy, printmaking, publishing, public art, flags, banners, and more. My goals are to create ethical and equitable social entanglements, and creative ways to gather and disseminate local knowledge.

Currently I’m a Mindscapes artist-in-residence at large (NYC, Berlin, Tokyo, Bengaluru). I am also the lead artist in How I Keep Looking Up / Como Sigo Mirando Hacia Arriba / 仰望, a new, cross-cultural public art and social practice project with working class, Spanish- and Chinese-speaking womxn in collaboration with the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco.

In Solidarity with Freedom Fighters of Iran

illustration of three Iranian women; their hair spells out Womxn Life Freedom in green, white and red.


2022 Creative Citizenship Fellow at California College of the Arts, San Francisco, California.

Lead Artist, How I Keep Looking Up/Como Sigo Mirando Hacia Arriba/仰望, Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco / Kenneth Rainin Foundation Open Spaces Grant.

Contributing artist, Color Factory, Houston, NYC, and Chicago (just opened!).


5/7–11/6/2022: Newly commissioned banners on view in Something in Common, Getty Gallery, Central Library, LA Public Library, Los Angeles, CA.

Now available: Design for Belonging by Susie B. Wise (Stanford Speed Press).

1/22–5/21: Creative Attention @ Palo Alto Art Center, Palo Alto, California.

Stay in touch

Sign up for exhibition announcements and news. 12 or less emails per year.