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Artist Amy Yoshitsu

Amy Yoshitsu

Berkeley, CA, USA


Amy Yoshitsu is a sculptor, designer, and socially engaged artist deconstructing the interconnections between power, economics, labor, and race to illuminate their foundational impact on individual schemas and interpersonal relationships. Objects, installations and images result from amalgamating industrial and refuse materials, textiles and sewing, research, photography and layers of manual and digital building. In 2010, Amy received an A.B. in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard University and then attended the MFA Art program at California Institute of the Arts. In 2021, she was honored to be an Artist in Residence at Esalen Institute and participated in the virtual Artist Residency Project at the School of Visual Arts. Amy’s work has been shown across the US and internationally. After a decade as a software, web and graphic designer, in 2020 Amy co-founded Converge Collaborative, an artist-led BIPOC workers coop that functions as a digital agency and creative collective. Converge strives to empower creatives of color while centering emotions in the labor context. Amy lives in their hometown, Berkeley, CA.

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