Cloe Cho

Cloe ChoCloe Cho is a first-year MA student in Art History with a Graduate Option in Gender and Women’s Studies, working under the supervision of Professor Chanon Kenji Praepipatmongkol. Their research focuses on contemporary East Asian art, with particular attention to the relationships between performativity, corporeality, and the embodied dimensions of historicity and hierarchy.

Cloe completed a BA in Art History with Distinction from the University of Pennsylvania, where they were awarded the David M. Robb Thesis Prize and the Rose Undergraduate Research Award.

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