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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 later The Academy of Fine Art Krakow Poland.

D'Angelo's work explores the production of race, sexuality, gender and power within popular culture and in Western aesthetics. She has recently worked with the musician Fever Ray and her forthcoming artist book, published by Straight to Hell Editions, will focus on themes such as US immigration and borders, eugenics, and a brief history of African American horse jockeys in the Kentucky Derby.

Her work has been reviewed in Artforum, Art in America, Elelphant Magazine,The New York Times, The Guardian and The Huffingtonpost and has been exhibited at The Centre for Contemporary Art Glasgow, The Screen City Biennial in Stavanger Norway, Volta Artfair NYC, Galerie Suvi Lehtinen and September Gallery. She was 2014 studio grant holder from District Kunst - und Kulturförderung Atelier Grant and was shortlisted for The Social Art Award in Germany in 2017.