Scott Tsuchitani

Scott Tsuchitani

Position Title
CST PhD Student

Unit
4th Year Cohort


Bio

Research Interests: Public and online art intervention; visual culture; performance studies; technocultural and media studies; museum and postcolonial studies; critical race/ethnic studies; East Asian and Asian American studies; politics of public space; art and the archive; war memory; conation, participation and artistic co-authorship.

Fellowship, Grants, and Awards:

  • UC Davis Provost's Fellowship in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (2014-15)

Education:

M.Eng.  Mechanical Engineering.  UC Berkeley
M.S.  AMES-Bioengineering.  UC San Diego
B.S.  Mechanical Engineering.  UC Berkeley

Publications:

"Making Art, Making Change: The Tactical Use of Guerrilla Intervention."  Social Policy, Vol. 43, Number 3 (Fall 2012):  27-33.

Presentations:

"Reorienting 'The Asian': Interventions in Orientalism at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco." Collecting Geographies Conference.  Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands, March 2014

"Enacting Race: Model Minority, Guerrilla Geisha, and Samurai Subversion."  Association for Asian American Studies Conference.  San Francisco, CA, April 2014