Corina Willette

In play, time slips away. Visual allusions occur, your mind broadens allowing new realities. These analog virtual-realty artworks — created initially for interior spaces — ended up “going out to play”. Once outside… they interwove with the natural environment they were inspired by, discovering multiple ways of being. Childlike wonder is essential to my approach […]

Kehan Wan (Yoky)

Dependent upon the internet for all aspects of daily life, we are unconsciously being controlled by data mining and have become desensitized to the security concerns of mass data collection. Through micro-installations and wearable works, I create tactile data bits and visualizations that draw attention to these complex issues. Delicate rows of tiny human figures […]

Maxine Leu

When Gnomes Need to Clean Their Homes is a nomadic installation that reminds people of the environmental problem of pollution caused by overconsumption and disregard for the environment. The mysterious litter-picking garden gnomes that I’ve created from repurposed materials pop-up randomly in public areas to clean up the streets and then they disappear. While each […]

Xuewu Zheng

I titled this body of my work Meditation. The works, include two series, contain both printmaking and installation. I have been working on both series for about 30 years. I examine both history and the present in a very personal way and I integrate both philosophy and religion into my work. Through my artistic practice, I […]

Sariah Park

This body of work explores a decayed utopian wasteland. What an abandoned world might look like and what I leave behind – remnants and artifacts of a miscarried future. My thesis is primarily concerned with addressing issues of waste. I am asking the question – can printmaking and weaving be used as a tool to […]

Jessica McDonnell

The first time I plunged into the ocean and opened my eyes to the bustling world of the coral reef was unforgettable. Equally remarkable has been the effect humans have imposed there, from rising temperatures and acidity to plastic pollution. This series is an intimate look into this complex system. Each piece is a pause- […]

Li Lin-Liang

Together / Alone–Under Suburban Sky is intrinsically tied to my experience moving to the U.S. at the age 40 from China. I dressed up as an ordinary suburban housewife to show scenes of daily life.  This project has been the primary source material in creating a body of work that explores the migrant narrative and […]