100 Huis on Delaware Ave Project
100 Huis on Delaware Ave Project publishes a collection of mementos and forward momentum during Covid19. As a new arrival prior to the Pandemic, Buffalo’s historical Delaware Avenue has become essential for my nearest routine walk and the initial inspiration for this drawing project. The process of drawing these 100 reimagined houses shapes my new adapted daily structure with labor and discipline. It motivates my daily art practice with a strict drawing schedule and guidelines. It also urges me to review history and culture while recording and creating my own for today. This project serves as a psychological response of how I cope with this global, uncontrollable intensity by creating a personal, controllable intensity. When the project is finished, it will be published as a coloring book for people to continue to reimagine these houses in their own way.
Sewing on Houses
Sewing on Houses showcases the complex nature of today's cultural mutations and human relations. The images of buildings are references from personal memories and reflections upon the relationship between architectural design across cultures and history, human communication, and hardships in relationships.
Annual 100 Hours Projects (2010-2015)
a time-based art project that primarily focuses on the constructive and deconstructive elements of building a piece of artwork. Over a one month period, a total of 100 components will be created and each individual aim to complete approximatelywithin one hour. Viewers are welcomed to deconstruct the piece by claiming the components by the end of the project.