Space is the most immediate medium through which we understand the world, yet we often take it for granted. I am interested in exploring how our environment impacts our experiences, memories, and identities. Many of my video installations utilize images of imagined or remembered environments - places one accesses mentally but not physically. Recent projects include a series of installations involving the recreation of decades old memories from incarcerated individuals and another series exploring the changing architectural landscape of my previous home, San Francisco, California. Through projected images of architecture, I ask viewers to stop, feel, and consider the world around them. Only by slowing down can we recognize our relationship to the physical world around us. 


Amy M. Ho builds video and spatial installations that bring attention to our existence as both physical and psychological beings. Amy completed her undergraduate degree in Art Practice at University of California, Berkeley and her MFA at Mills College in Oakland, CA. She was selected as a KQED Woman to Watch in 2017, received a Zellerbach Family Foundation Community Arts Grant in 2016 and a San Francisco Arts Commission Individual Artists Grant in 2013. Amy was included in Yerba Buena Center for the Arts' Bay Area Now 7 in 2014 and was a 2013 fellowship artist at the Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, CA.  She has previously exhibited at the San Jose Institute for Contemporary Art, the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, CA, the Walter and McBean Galleries at the San Francisco Art Institute, the Elmhurst Art Museum in Elmhurst, IL, and at the San Diego State University Downtown Art Gallery. Amy is an acting trustee at OUTPOST in Norwich, UK.