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Jamison Edgar (they/them) is a queer southerner living on stolen Tongva/Kizh/Chumash land.  As a visual artist, writer, and curator, Edgar facilitating cross-disciplinary projects of spectacular defiance and radical exuberance. Their airchive-oriented arts practice abstracts historical records and sculpts cultural memories in an effort to expose the complex machinery behind technologies of equity, visibility, and suppression.  Their most recent projects survey the invaluable role queer/trans, Black, brown, and indigenous communities play in shaping post-human imaginaries.

Edgar studied painting, video, and social practice at Carnegie Mellon University (MFA) as well as sculpture and art history at The University of Georgia (BFA). They have shown in solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States as well as London, Berlin, Singapore, and Budapest. Their writing has been published by the Miller Institute for Contemporary Art, Contemporary Performance, and the Estonian Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale. They are a 2023/2024 Supercollider Art+Sci Ambassador, and executive board member of the New Media Caucus (NMC).  Edgar currently serves as the director at Honor Fraser Gallery, a cultural hub examining our entangled relationships with art, science, and technology.