New Media Fellow Exhibition: House Show

by Jen Tam

New Media Fellow Exhibition: House Show

A show of work from artist and winter 2018 New Media Fellow Jen Tam.

House Show combines video projections, found objects and concert flyers to comment on Portland’s house show culture, as well as the city’s growing housing crisis.

This display of new work by Jen Tam attempts to create a safe space for people to express their feelings about the cultural shifts within the city as a result of urban development, gentrification and displacement.

Jen Tam is an artist, musician and comedian. She created House Show during her winter 2018 residency as part of Open Signal’s New Media Fellowship.

Thank you to The Oregon Community Foundation and The Jane Schiffhauer Charitable Trust for supporting the 2018-19 New Media Fellowship. 

Dates

Monday, Jul 15 2:00pm – Saturday, Sep 7 8:00pm

Location

Open Signal, Portland Community Media Center

2766 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Portland, OR 97212
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Featured Media-Maker

Jen Tam Winter 2018 New Media Fellow

Jen Tam is an artist, performer and producer from Honolulu, Hawaii. She works across mixed genres of design, film, music and stand up comedy. She is the creator and curator of CornCon, Portland’s Premiere Corn Convention. She also plays in a band called VOG (which rhymes with dog.) As a stand-up comedian, she has performed alongside personalities like Hari Kondabolu and Jenny Yang.

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