Dana Davenport is a Korean and Black American installation and performance artist. Her work incorporates themes related to the body, ethnicity, and their interwoven relationship to social mores and institutional structures. Davenport addresses the complexity of interminority racism and credits whiteness as the beneficiary of these conflicts. She received a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Photography from School of Visual Arts in New York City. Davenport’s work has been exhibited in London, Rio de Janeiro, New York City, and throughout the United States including ‘Within a Circuit’ at NARS Foundation and ‘Brown Paper Zine & Small Press Fair’ at Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts. She has performed at Watermill Center, K&P Gallery, RE: Art Show, BUFU Studios and has completed SOHO20 Gallery artist residency program in 2017. Davenport is a recipient of the SVA Chairman’s Merit Award Scholarship and Rhodes Family Award for Outstanding Achievement in Photography.