Edie Tsong is a visual artist / writer / facilitator / educator. She has lectured nationally and exhibited internationally. Her work is collected in private and public collections including Sandy and Diane Besser, Anderson Museum of Art, New York Public Library, and the Library of Congress. She was the Founding Director of Cut+Paste Society, a community of women writers and artists in the Santa Fe area (2009 - 2015), and the Founding Director of their project Snow Poems Project (2011 - 2018). Tsong is a member of Mezcla Collective, women artists of color, and is on the board of New Mexico Literary Arts and Herekeke Arts Center . She lives and works in northern New Mexico with her daughter.


Artist Statement

My practice as an artist/writer is an exploration of intimacy. How do "I" literally and metaphorically connect with "you"? How does this essential relationship connect me through time and physical space? How does this relationship change how we evolve as a collective? These interdisciplinary investigations through material, process, craft, language, and technology take the form of conceptual portraits, socially-engaged projects, writing, and radical bookmaking. They range in scale from small performances and objects to city-wide installation, cultural programming, and facilitated conversations.