Meredith Kooi is a visual and performance artist, curator, and art critic based in Atlanta, working at the intersection of philosophy, feminist science and technology studies, and embodiment using performance, radio, installation, photography, and video. She was a recipient of Atlanta’s Office of Cultural Affairs 2014 – 2015 Emerging Artist Award and is an Artist-in-Residence 2015 – 2017 with The Creatives Project. She also plays live sound sets as a solo artist and with Alice Kim as APHWK&K (Aww phooey with Kim & Kooi).
She is the Assistant Director and Editor for Radius, an experimental radio broadcast platform in Chicago, and the founder and Chief-Editor-Curator-Director of ALTERED MEANS, an amorphous curatorial project. Her writing has been featured in Art Papers, Bad at Sports, Temporary Art Review, and Wussy, among others.
She received her MA in Visual and Critical Studies from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and is a PhD candidate in the Graduate Institute of the Liberal Arts at Emory University, teaching courses in Performance Studies and Visual Studies.