I enjoy shredding and cutting up images of commercialism and consumption and placing the colors, designs, images into new contexts adding layers from the trace DNA retained from the source and reconstituting the purpose of the material into a new destination of my message, one of expressing diaspora and subversion of the patriarchy.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Jeannie Hua has exhibited in galleries and museums in New York, Illinois, Virginia, California, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, and overseas in France. She’s been awarded scholarships and grants including the Richard Nantus scholarship at SAIC, the Denis Diderot award for Chateau Orquevaux artist residency, merit scholarship for Ox-Bow Program, and Jackpot grant from the Nevada Arts Council. Her work has appeared in publications such as Oyster River Pages. She graduated from the University of Chicago in Art History and received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
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