A.K. Burns is an interdisciplinary artist and educator residing in Brooklyn and working in Queens, NY. With the body a site of ongoing negotiation, Burns utilizes video, installation, performance, sculpture and collaboration to actively rework economies of gender, labor, ecology and sexuality. Burns is currently a 2016 -17 Radcliffe Fellow at Harvard University, where she will be developing the long term project, Negative Space, a cycle of multimedia installations that take speculative fiction as a point of departure. Burns is a founding member of W.A.G.E (Working Artists in the Great Economy) an artists’ advocacy group that most recently developed W.A.G.E certification and fee calculator both launched in 2014. Burns also co-founded and co-edited Randy, an annual trans-feminist arts magazine from 2010 – 2013, and released a compendium publication in June 2016. Burns is represented by Callicoon Fine Arts and Video Data Bank.
Title: Untitled (swipes)
Medium: ink on paper
Dimensions (sq inches): 11 x 14
Minimum Bid: $100
Approximate Value: $1,200