Audrey Chan is an artist, writer, and educator whose research-based projects articulate political and cultural identities through allegory and the feminist principle of “the personal is political.” Chan received her BA from Swarthmore College and MFA from California Institute of the Arts. Her solo and collaborative work has been shown in such places as the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Ben Maltz Gallery at Otis College of Art and Design, Chinese American Museum, Parc Saint Léger, and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. She is the coeditor of the zine SABOTEURS, and her writing has appeared in Afterall Journal and other online publications. She has received grants from the California Community Foundation and Center for Cultural Innovation, and was an artist-in-residence at the École des Beaux-arts de Nantes in France. She was commissioned by the Los Angeles Metro to create a large-scale public artwork for the Little Tokyo/Arts District Station, opening in 2022. In 2019-2020, Chan will serve as the inaugural artist-in-residence for ACLU SoCal. She is currently teaching as a visiting artist faculty member at California Institute of the Arts.