Frankie Chow (she/they) is a multidisciplinary artist based in Sydney, Australia. In their practice, Chow pursues depictions of memory, trauma, and liminality through creative process derived from research and experimentation. Often contemplative and introspective, Chow uses video, found objects, performance, and site specificity as a means of documenting and dissecting the interaction between psychological states, physical spaces, and the everyday.
Chow graduated from Sydney College of the Arts with Bachelor of Visual Arts Honours (First Class) and was the recipient of the University of Sydney Honours Scholarship in 2014. Since then, they have participated in artist residencies and international exhibitions across Finland, Iceland, France, England, Hong Kong, China, South Korea, and Japan.
Following activities including live performances, festivals, and curatorial projects, Chow was the recipient of the NAVA & Create NSW Artists’ Grant in 2018, and their work and writing published by CICA Museum, South Korea in 2020. During 2018, they were a finalist for the China Residencies Locality/Reality Residency Grant and the Pro Hart Outback Art Prize of Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery.