Introspective Art as Activism: How Art Intersects with a Developing Asian-American Identity
My final Honors Project is a combination of work from an independent show, AnOther One, and my senior BFA show, For Me to Know (and You to Find out). Together, they become a chronicled journey of self-discovery and development through the multiple lenses of intersection that affect me the most—ethnicity, gender, class, and activism. While some images produced for this Honors Project may not be entirely legible for all spectators, the purpose of my work is to create a space for healthy and informative conversation around the intersecting demographic spheres of society.
Thesis completed in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Alfred University Honors Program.
Honors thesis, Identity, Art, Ethnicity