My studio practice addresses the nature of immigrant dislocations.

Large-scale drawings, prints, miniature paintings on copper, and video projections are presented as the fragmented collections of memories. Upon closer inspection, a contrast between the sculptural space and flat picture plane of renaissance perspective shifts work’s emphasis from the personal nostalgic narratives to the dislocations of the formal.

I use formal metaphors specific to printmaking discipline as an anchor in my work and address the repetition in prints as a temporal phenomenon.

Time Stands Still in Venice, Printmaking, Columbus Art Museum, Xi;an international workshop