Genevieve Quick

Eureka Fellowship Awardees 2022

www.genevievequick.com

Genevieve Quick is an interdisciplinary artist and arts writer whose work explores global identity
and politics in speculative narratives, technology, and media-based practices. In her sculptures,
installations, videos, and performance, her humorous science fiction narratives exaggerate disaporic
identity into the intergalactic to address Otherness and displacement. She has been awarded visual arts
residencies at San Francisco Recology, MacDowell, Djerassi, the de Young Museum, and Yaddo and
received a San Francisco Arts Commission Grant, a Kala Fellowship, and two grants from the Center for
Cultural Innovation. She has exhibited at the Asian Cultural Center in Gwangju, South Korea; the Asian
Art Museum in San Francisco, CA; Mills College Art Museum; Royal Nonsuch Gallery and Southern
Exposure, both San Francisco, CA. Quick has contributed writings to Artforum, cmagazine, Art Practical,
Daily Serving, Temporary Art Review, and College Art Association. She is currently working on a new
performance video piece that is scheduled to premiere in 2020.

Still from, "Planet Celadon: Our Receiver is Operating," 2018. Image courtesy of Quincy Stamper.
Still from, "Planet Celadon: Our Receiver is Operating," 2018. Image courtesy of Quincy Stamper.
Still from, "Remote Messenger," 2019.