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Pei-Hsuan Wang’s practice engages with her identity, much of which is shaped by the artist and her family’s diasporic journey from Taiwan to the United States.
Folklore, family history, inter-cultural narratives and geopolitical musings across time are interwoven into her work, which takes the form of sculpture, installation, drawing, and video.
The artist’s recent projects are tributes and prayers to her kinship.
Her 13-year-old niece Iris, a first-generation Taiwanese American, has inspired a body of work that imagines racial and cultural hybridity alongside various archetypes in nature and in myths.
Animal presences become a kind of guardian and portal, giving form to the inner experience.
Wang has exhibited work at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Hong-Gah Museum, Taipei,
and the National Gallery of Indonesia, among others.
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