Jen Liu received a Creative Capital grant supporting her project Pink Slime Ceasar Shift. Pink Slime Caesar Shift is a project that proposes to alter the genetic material of cow cells in order to carry secret messages of labor activism for female factory workers in South China, taking the form of genetic engineering of cow cells, 3D-printer prototyped small-cast sculpture, and video/3D animation.
Last Tuesday, Creative Capital announced the fifty-eight recipients of awards totaling $5 million. Working in literature, performance, the visual arts, moving-image art, technology, and other disciplines, the awardees will receive up to $50,000 in project funding and an additional $50,000 in career development services.
Publication date: 19 Jan '19
“There is no better way to mark our upcoming twentieth anniversary than by recognizing these artists and projects,” said Suzy Delvalle, Creative Capital’s president and executive director. “The 2019 class of Creative Capital awardees is a window into some of the most innovative, exciting, and powerful work being undertaken today. We cannot wait to see how these projects develop, and how this incredible community of artists grows together and evolves.”