Kenneth Tam Film/Video
Kenneth Tam's work takes the form of video installations that include moving-image works, sculpture and photography, and explores ideas around the negotiation and performance of group identity. Tam often works with non-actors in unscripted formats to produce moments of intimacy, absurdity and vulnerability. His work has been exhibited at The SculptureCenter, MIT List Visual Arts Center, the Hammer Museum and the Queens Museum. He has held residencies at The Kitchen, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Pioneer Works, The Core Program at the Museum of Fine Arts, and the 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica, CA. He is a graduate of the Cooper Union and is currently a lecturer at Princeton University.