Aimee Goguen is an interdisciplinary moving-image artist. Her artwork explores fantasy, abjection, and the grotesque in relation to the body. In 2022, new animations were presented by the City of West Hollywood as part of their public art digital billboard, the Sunset Spectacular. Over 500,000 viewers engaged the work daily, which ran alongside video by Cauleen Smith and Pipilotti Rist. In 2022, her solo exhibition titled Mountain of the Collapse at JOAN, Los Angeles and participated in group shows including Six Linear Feet at the ONE Archives, Los Angeles (2020); Accidentally on Purpose, Panel LA, Los Angeles (2017); Protuberances at LAXART, Los Angeles (2016); THINGS: a queer legacy of graphic art and play at Participant Inc, New York (2016); and screenings at venues including REDCAT, Los Angeles (2020); Anthology Film Archives, New York (2015); and White Columns, New York (2014). Goguen's commercial animation appears in the films Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution and William S. Burroughs: A Man Within, and her video work has been included in such anthologies as Dodie Bellamy’s Bee Reaved and The Oxford Companion to Queer Cinema reviewed by William J. Simmons. Goguen's writing has been published by Golden Spike Press, Curse of Cherifa, and Playboy Magazine. She has generated analytical lists for artists including Math Bass, Seth Bogart, Hayden Dunham, Tom of Finland, P Staff, Harry Dodge, Stanya Kahn, Tom Rees, Olivia Taussig, and Alfred Hitchcock. Goguen co-curated video programs including Afterglow: Summer Video Series with Harry Dodge, All the Reasons with Mariah Garnett, and Lick, Stick, Leak with Suzy Halajian. She received her BFA in Film/Video and her MFA in Art at California Institute of the Arts.