Ariel Urim Chung is a multidisciplinary artist and scholar working across performance, technology, and oral history. With an aesthetic constructed through trauma studies, embodied research, and her identity as a Asian woman in diaspora, she brings playfulness into her fieldwork.
Currently, Ariel is experimenting, merging her scholarly drives and artistic mediums to create something foreign to herself. Specifically, she is exploring hyper-imaginative sites for Asian and Asian-American children and parents to engage in intergenerational conversation through creating a digital archive of oral history on food (The Kitchen Project). She is a little scared. and excited.