Event - Emilie L. Gossiaux in Conversation with Sarah Cho

Emilie L. Gossiaux in Conversation with Sarah Cho

04.07.24, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Emilie Gossiaux's Londons Dancing with Flowers is a drawing on white paper of Emilie's dog, London, dancing with other copies of her surrounded by colorful flowers.

Emilie Gossiaux, "Londons Dancing with Flowers" 2023, Ballpoint pen and crayon on paper, 23” x 35”, Courtesy the artist

Please join Emilie L. Gossiaux and Sarah Cho, Assistant Curator, in celebrating Gossiaux’s exhibition Other-Worlding. Gossiaux and Cho will discuss Gossiaux’s practice, inter-species relationships, the deep recesses of imagination, access and touch as love, and everything in between. 


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This program will also be accessible via livestream. Please check the stream at 3pm on the day of the program.


For questions or assistance registering for the program, please email accessibility@queensmuseum.org or call 718 592 9700.


About the Artist:

Emilie L. Gossiaux (b. 1989 New Orleans, LA) lives and works in New York City. Gossiaux earned a BFA from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in 2014, and an MFA from Yale School of Art in 2019. Her solo shows include Memory of a Body (2020) and Significant Otherness (2022) at Mother Gallery, among others. Select group exhibitions include Crip Time, Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt (2021); Greater New York, MoMA PS1 (2021); and 52 Artists, A Feminist Milestone, The Aldrich Contemporary (2022); among others. Gossiaux was awarded a John F. Kennedy Center’s VSA Prize (2013), the Wynn Newhouse Award (2019), a NYFA Barbara and Carl Zydney Grant (2021), the Colene Brown Art Prize (2022), and The Pébéo Production Prize (2023). Her work has been featured in publications such as The Brooklyn Rail, The New Yorker, Art in America, and Topical Cream Magazine.