A Minnesota native, Khanh Xiu Tran (b. 1982) currently lives and works in Ridgewood, Queens. Her work, partly influenced by her upbringing as the daughter of a computer scientist and a software engineer, is often research-based and employs found images and text, photography, video, and sound to explore ideas about ambiguous realities and the nature of transformation in this era. Since receiving her MFA from the School of Visual Arts for Photo, Video, and Related Media, she has been featured in Conveyor Magazine (The Alchemy Issue), exhibited in Vietnam and New York, and has focused on self-published books.

An Exile's Tale, self-published, TBD.
AV010, Art Vandelay, 2018.
A Technical Guide, self-published, 2014.

2017   Odds & Ends Art Book Fair, Yale University Art Gallery.
2014   Absence of Evidence is not Evidence of Absence. Youme Haus, Brooklyn.
2014   MFA Photography, Video & Related Media Thesis Exhibition, SVA Chelsea Gallery, New York, NY.
2012   Venus in Retrograde. The Ho_se, Brooklyn.
2011   Skylines Without Flying People. Rory Gill Fine Art, London.
2011   The Long Bien Picture Show. Goethe Institute, Hanoi.

teaching experience
2014   Teaching Assistant, 15 Short Investigations Through Photo-Based Art (taught by Penelope Umbrico)
2013   Teaching Assistant, Experimental Movies and Their Hybrids (taught by Amy Taubin)
2013   Teaching Assistant, Digital Imaging II (taught by Adam Bell)