Asha Bukojemsky is a Canadian/Ukrainian independent curator and writer based in Los Angeles. She produces public projects, exhibitions, and talks that engage with the consturciton of identity and illusions of representation in a shifting geopolitical landscape. Since 2017 she has been producing Marathon Screenings and LA Transcendental Listenings, a series of listening walks in collaboration with artist David Horvitz. She has presented projects and exhibitions in collaboration with a range of non-profit organizations including: 18th Street Arts Center, Santa Monica; JOAN, Los Angeles; Active Cultures, Los Angeles; Creative Migration; Los Angeles/ Bangkok; Richard Neutra VDL House, Los Angeles; Chicken Coop Contemporary, Portland, OR; Samuel Freeman Gallery, Los Angeles, amongst others. Her projects focus on presenting work in non-hierarchical environments that foster public engagement and dialogue surrounding challenging subjects including race, immigration, and the politics of memory.
She graduated with an MLITT from University of Glasgow (2011) and a BFA from Concordia University, Montreal (2008).