Christopher K. Ho (Hong Kong, 1974) is a speculative artist based in New York, Hong Kong, and Telluride, Colorado. His practice encompasses making, organizing, writing, and teaching. He is known for materially exquisite objects that draw equally from learned material about, and lived encounters with, power and otherness in an unevenly de-colonialized, increasingly networked world. Recent solo shows include “Dear John” at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (2019), “Aloha to the World at the Don Ho Terrace” at the Bronx Museum (2018), and “CX 888” (2018) at de Sarthe Gallery in Hong Kong. His multi-component projects have been exhibited at the Queens Museum, the Cranbrook Art Museum, Socrates Sculpture Park, MASSMoCA, Para Site, Storm King, the Incheon Biennial and the Busan Bienniale. He is currently working on projects for Eaton House in Hong Kong and the Times Museum in Guangdong that draw from his lived experience as a Western-educated member of the Chinese diaspora. His work has been featured in the New York Times, Artforum, Art in America, Modern Painters, LEAP, Hyperallergic, BOMB, Art Asia Pacific, Ocula, Yishu, RanDian, and ArtReview. He received his BFA and BS from Cornell University and his MPhil from Columbia University.