LuLing Osofsky

Contemporary Chinese art, political ecology, documentary, memorial design
Research Interests: 

Contemporary Chinese art reckoning with social and ecological crises; documentary photography and film; landscape and trauma; memorials and monuments; the sublime.

Selected Publications: 

"Let's Out Asia," forthcoming, Asian American Literary Review.

"Lay of the Land: Svalbard Archipelago," forthcoming, Orion Magazine. 

"Wild Wild East: Finding Asia in the West," LA Review of Books The Offing, April 2016. 

"Kent Johnson's/Araki Yasuda's/Tosa Motokiyu's Mad Daughter and the Big Bang," Paris Review Daily, May 2013.

Selected Presentations: 

The Ethics of Monument Design: Memorializing Victims of Hate Crimes," Shepard Symposium for Social Justice, University of Wyoming, April 2016.

"Designing and Exhibiting Atlases within an MFA Curriculum," Association of Writers and Writing Programs, Chicago, IL, March 2012.

Education and Training: 
MFA, University of Wyoming
BA, Wesleyan University