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Christa Joo Hyun D'Angelo is an American artist working in installation, sculpture, video, neon and collage. She studied under TJ Demos at the Maryland Institute College of Art and The Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow Poland.

D'Angelo's work explores the production of race, sexuality, gender and power dynamics within popular culture and in Western aesthetics. She has exhibited at The Screen City Biennial, Halle 14, District Berlin, PS120, Volta NY, The Center of Contemporary Art Glasgow and Galerie Suvi Lehtinen. Her work as been reviewed in Artform, Art in America, Elephant Magazine, The New York Times and The Guardian. She has given lectures and panels at The University of the Arts London, European University Viadrina and Novia University Jakobstad Finland.

She is the recipient of the 2014 Kunst - und Kulturförderung Atelier Grant from District Berlin and was shortlisted for The Social Art Award in Germany in 2017.  D’Angelo has designed sets for Fever Ray and King Kong Magazine and will be releasing her first artist book published by Straight to Hell Editions in fall 2018 focusing on themes such as eugenics, horse breeding, and a brief history of African American horse jockeys.