Cheyenne Concepcion (b. 1991, Los Angeles) is a multi-disciplinary artist and designer based in San Francisco. Her art practice is usually research oriented and investigates the politics of space through installation, speculation, social practice and curation. Drawing on her interest and training in urban planning, and utilizing her toolkit as a designer, Concepcion’s work is site-specific and focuses on land development, memory, migration, the environment and often has a public component.
She is a 2020 Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Fellow and in 2019, she was a Monument Lab Fellow and recipient of the Excellence in Design Award from UC Berkeley. Her work has been shown in galleries and in-situ. A “self-taught” artist, Concepcion received her Master’s in Landscape Architecture from UC Berkeley and Bachelors degree in Urban Studies and Planning from UC San Diego. By day, she is a Designer at Spiegel Aihara Workshop in SF’s Dogpatch.