Biography

Angie Eng is an educator and professional intermedia artist who works in conceptual art and time-based media. Eng was born in San Francisco, California and was trained as a painter. She became known in the downtown electronic arts scene of New York City, where she experimented with video sculptures, interactive installation, and live video performance. As an artist she does not limit herself to one medium nor genre but chooses the one that best fits her concepts ranging from nomadism, psychogeography, liminality, ecology, rituals, and synchronicity. She has received over 50 grants, commissions, and residencies from reputable institutions and foundations such as New  Radio and Performing Arts, Harvestworks, Art In General, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York State Council on the Arts, Jerome Foundation, Alternative Museum, Experimental TV Center Finishing Funds,  Foundation for Contemporary Arts, and the Boulder Arts Commission.

With over 20 years of experience in art education and designing cultural arts programs she has developed a holistic and cosmopolitan lens having lived in San Francisco, New York City, Paris and Ethiopia. She is a European correspondent for AOA (Artist Organized Art) to support a critical dialogue between artists, art practice, and dissemination via public events. She received a master’s degree at Paris 8 in contemporary design and media aesthetics with a focus on the intertextuality of remix art. In 2021 she obtained a Ph.D. in Kosmorganic aesthetics in the Intermedia arts, writing, and performance program at CU Boulder. During her time in a small mountain town, she spearheaded a cultural community arts leadership organization, Creative Catalyzers. She currently teaches at NYU Tandon Integrated Design and Media department and is working on her teaching methodology book, The Integral Lab, to enhance community, creativity, and compassion in the fractured classroom. She is a program director for Youth in Arts to place artists into the public schools to foster empowerment through the arts. Recently she received a small project grant from Center for Humanities CU Boulder to raise awareness for an anti-Asian Hate initiative.