JennyMae Kho is a Boston-based writer, musician, multidisciplinary artist, and founder of The Dreamland Project, a multi-media vehicle that elevates the stories of the unheard and underrepresented. Their work explores the intersections of science, art, imagination, and identity. They have experimented across a range of mediums, and have brought together image, sound, and language in installations, projections, and compositions.
“I believe in connections between all things—even the most seemingly disparate notions have some thread that binds them together. In my work, I look for these connections and attempt to bring them into awareness. By doing so, I seek to challenge perceived boundaries and deconstruct the fixed definitions imposed upon us by others or even ourselves.
My physical work tends toward the immersive and interactive, utilizing color, light, and music to elicit an emotional response. Ideas that stir our hearts are the ones that remain with us, making good art the perfect vehicle for change. Good art erases the boundaries between the viewer and the work, showing us that we are one and the same.”
Feel free to reach out using the contact form below. The artist is open to all collaborations and project proposals. Inquiries on topics such as typewriters, surfing, rigid heddle looms, Boehm flutes, boat lutes, falconry, and her much-beloved cats are also very welcome.
“Now fly! Fly!”