A Step in Time Across the Line: Recent Works by Chee Wang Ng
What does it mean to be Chinese in today’s diverse global society? Through multimedia works of photography, sculpture, video, and installation, Chee Wang Ng asks this question and explores the possibilities with image rich tableaux of artifacts that range from documentary material to kitsch. With the rise of Chinese engagement with the world-at-large, Chee Wang Ng’s work recontextualizes not only traditional Chinese cultural imagery, but also modern constructions of race, identity and stereotyping viewed through the lens of history. Artist's talk, April 5 at 6pm. Part of the Global Arts and Humanities 2017 China Remixed Festival.
- All Day Tuesday March 21, 2017
- IU Eskenazi Museum of Art
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