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This article is about three bodies of visual work that raise questions of cultural belonging, hybridity, and memory. They visualize memory without loci, remixed, mobile like a theater curtain. They speak through languages of printmaking, drawing, photography, and poetic text. The processes themselves and metaphors they offer, the physicality of paper and drawing media, the visual sources I use—all inform these works. There is no discernible center of my images: the floating elements come in and out of focus, alternatively anchoring and orbiting others, settling nowhere permanently. I cultivate polyphonic and at times contradictory pictorial space. The works are metaphorical maps of perishing, memory, and...
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