Nao Bustamante is an artist, writer and film maker working across multiple mediums. Her work is concerned with the body, performativity, ethnicity, class, gender. She is an alum of the San Francisco Art Institute New Genres program and the Skowhegen School of Painting and Sculpture. She currently an Associate Professor and Vice Dean of Art at the USC Roski School of Art and Design. In 2014-15, Bustamante was the Queer Artist in Residence at UC Riverside. “I stand at the intersection of many communities: queer, feminist, Latinx, artist and educator,” she said. “I live all those identities at the same time.”
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