My work extends as a natural outgrowth of my experience as a resistant Zoomer, inculcated at a young age with the cultural propaganda of neoliberalism endemic to the post-Y2K Bay Area.
Juhi Gupta lives and works in San Francisco. She was invited to study citizenship and placehood at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2018, researched political strategies in art with the Smart Museum of Art, and exhibited in a senior thesis show in 2019 at the Department of Visual Arts at the University of Chicago. She was awarded the Louis Sudler Prize for Creative and Performing Arts and invited to participate in the Chicago Artists Coalition LAUNCH Invitational Residency in 2019.
Juhi graduated with honors degrees in public policy (with a specialization in History of Upheaval: Labor and Art) and visual arts from the University of Chicago in 2019. She currently works as a designer and creative strategist for progressive campaigns at Bay Area political consulting firm 50+1 Strategies. She is a contributor @ e-worm.club and has trained at Emerge California, the University of San Francisco, and SF Design Week, and has received multiple awards for her work at the intersection of politics, art, and design.