ANGELICA YUDASTO

(b. 1993, Lima, Peru)

Angelica Yudasto is an Indonesian-Peruvian artist who lives and works in New York. Yudasto composes site-sensitive arrangements of ethereal tapestries and sculpted glass forms that act as a physical representation of her past traumas and inner anxieties. Collected photographs and forms float on the near-transparent surface of her digitally-printed silk works like a fading recollection of a bygone moment. Yudasto's pieces are momentary and transient, responding to the vulnerability of the body and the fragility of memory, while collapsing the dimensionality of the spaces they inhabit.
 

Yudasto received her BFA from the Oregon College of Art and Craft, and MFA from the Pratt Institute (2020). She has since exhibited her works nationally in Miami, New York, and Portland, notably including exhibitions in the Wynwood Art District for the Wet Heat Project, and Portland Art Museum’s ​Art on the Vine ​Auction. Past residencies include Boyd’s Station’s Place + Space program, Haystack Mountain School of Craft, and the Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation. She currently shows with Ki Smith Gallery and her work can be found in several prominent private collections.