Ada Pinkston is a multimedia artist, educator, and cultural organizer living and working in Baltimore, Maryland. Born in New York, her art explores the intersection of imagined histories and sociopolitical realities on our bodies using monoprint, performance, experimental video, and collage techniques. Inter-subjective exchange is also the primary substrate of her work. Her work has been featured in The Peale Museum, The Walters Art Museum, The Peale Museum, Transmodern Performance Festival, P.S.1, The New Museum and the streets of Berlin. She is a Baker Artist award semifinalist (2016), an Andy Warhol Foundation Grit Fund Grant in Visual Arts administered by The Contemporary (2017), and a Robert W. Deutsch Foundation Ruby's Project Grant in Visual Arts (2017). Her most recent collaborative project includes founding the LabBodies Performance Art Laboratory in Baltimore Maryland. Currently, she is a fellow at The Halcyon Arts Lab.