Hyperallergic discusses stephanie mei huang's "hyper(in)visibility"

New York City, July 6, 2020

 

Elisa Wouk Almino discusses stephanie mei huang's hope of creating a "space of solidarity" for Asian women through a panel titled "hyper(in)visibility."

 

Description of the panel featuring six women artists of Southeast and East Asian descent reads: "The yellow woman’s body, historically rendered either invisible or as ‘object,’ is now catapulted into hypervisibility amidst xenophobic questions of contagion, virility, and a history of scapegoatism"

 

Originally scheduled to be held in late June in partnership with the Vancouver Art Gallery (VAG), huang decided to withdraw after the museum caused controversy by appointing a white man as CEO despite no Black representation on their board.

 

Read the entire article at Hyperallergic.

 

 

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July 6, 2020