Andrew (Sung-Taek) Ingersoll is an Oakland based artist, art worker, and arts organizer. He is a 2016 Graduate from the University of California Berkeley. He has artwork publicly installed at Franconia Sculpture Park in Minneapolis. He has also contributed scientific research to a published journal on the role of Buddhism and Hinduism on ecological landscapes (avian species distribution) in Urban Kathmandu, Nepal. He has exhibited work at Local Language’s First Friday A.I.R exhibition (Oakland, CA); Worth Ryder Gallery (Berkeley, CA); Casket Gallery (Minneapolis, MN); and R/SF projects (San Francisco, CA). He has also co-organized/directed a number of alternative art spaces; previously under the loose collective Little Greenie, and Currently as Co-director of Hongs Kong Salon.