Jaime Knight is an artist, musician and educator whose practice investigates the radical intricacies of queer subjectivity through a conceptual investigation of the historical, political, cultural and psychological discourses that have affected its development. In his work research and material experimentation inform the creation of metaphorical objects, images, spaces and performances. Born and raised in Albuquerque, he grew up California. He received his BFA from the University of New Mexico, an MA in Education from San Francisco State University and an MFA from the University of Iowa. His work utilizes drawn and printed material, sculptural objects and installation, and time based media. Some of his recent projects explore the history of Southern California gay motorcycle clubs, the correlation between the AIDS crisis and nuclear threat of the Reagan era, ideas of queer utopianism and longing and representations of gays in history and contemporary media. He is currently assistant professor in Print at the California College of the Arts.