Szu-Han Ho

Graduate Director

Associate Professor, Art and Ecology

Szu-Han Ho’s work in sculpture, performance, installation, and writing addresses the practice of exchange in diverse collaborations and constellations. Recent projects include BORDER TO BAGHDAD, an exchange between artists from the US-Mexico border and Baghdad, Iraq; The Mirror Duet, a series of performances based on W.A.Mozart’s Der Spiegelkanons; The Internal Objects, an inner monologue in catalogue form published by Future Plan and Program; and A medida del deseo, an installation in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. After receiving a BA in Architecture from UC Berkeley, she launched a three-year collaborative project in art installations, speculative proposals, performance, and agricultural experimentation on a 250-acre site in West Texas. She received an MA in Visual and Critical Studies and an MFA in Film, Video, and New Media from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Szu-Han lives and works in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Courses taught:
ARTS 141 Introduction to Art & Ecology
ARTS 446/546 The Politics of Performance
ARTS 445/545 TEXT + IMAGE : Graphic Design for Artists
ARTS 429/529 Topics: Rehearsing the Self: Experiments in Narrative Writing
ARTS 429/529 Topics: Re-Mix Culture
ARTS 429/529 Topics: Vizcaya CAP Lab
ARTS 429/529 Topics: Creating Change
ARTS 429/529 Topics: Co-Evolution: Art + Biology in the Museum
ARTS 593 Graduate Seminar in Theory and Practice