Relationships, not isolation, inform Kahlhamer’s ideas of identity
Gyun Hur’s and Shoshanna Weinberger’s installations emphasize poetic innuendo rather than overt autobiography.
The blockchain signals a shift in our identity formation in the 21st century.
To be Chinese in Hollywood meant that your name didn’t matter — no one in the audience would remember you or send you a fan letter.
Hollywood stereotypes define the Asian male as bowing, scraping, obsequious, devious, sneaky, dismal, and sexually frustrated.
Show Me As I Want to Be Seen resists imposed and idealized models of being by probing the self — the unstable, performative essence of humanity — and bringing it to life with art.
A recent study suggests that reflecting on the fluidity of identity can enhance creativity.