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Curator: Tyler Russell
Talk and Tour with Curator Tyler Russell: September 13, 6:00 – 7:00 pm Opening reception: September 13, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
To My Unborn Child is a new installation including various modes of image making by Taiwanese artist Wen-Li Chen, an artist contending with her inheritance of Kavalan and Sakilaya Indigenous cultures from her paternal side and her maternal Han Chinese culture. Chen’s work considers personal identity and the future of Indigenous Taiwanese peoples in a social and geographic environment in constant flux.
Curated by Centre A, Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art.
About the Artist:
Wen-Li Chen (b. 1981) is an independent visual communication designer and visual artist based in Taiwan and the USA. She graduated from The Glasgow School of Art with a MDES (photography) in 2013.
Above: Wen-Li Chen, "Kavalan Welcome Song", 2017, digital image, 24 x 54 inches.
Themes: Indigenous Taiwanese Culture, Installation Art