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Across a twenty-year practice, Chitra Ganesh has developed an expansive body of work rooted in drawing and painting, which has evolved to encompass animations, wall drawings, collages, computer generated imagery, video, and sculpture. Through studies in literature, semiotics, social theory, science fiction, and historical and mythic texts, Ganesh attempts to reconcile representations of femininity, sexuality, and power absent from the artistic and literary canons. She often draws on Hindu and Buddhist iconography and South Asian forms such as Kalighat and Madhubani, and is currently negotiating her relationship to these images with the rise of right wing fundamentalism in India.
Gene Luen Yang
Gene Luen Yang is a cartoonist, graphic novelist, and teacher. His graphic novels include the Eisner Award winning American Born Chinese, Boxers & Saints, and Dragon Hoops.
Jillian Tamaki is an illustrator, cartoonist, writer, and story board artist whose work includes the publications SuperMutant Magic Academy, This One Summer, SKIM, and Our Little Kitchen.
Maya Lin Studio
Maya Lin is known for her large-scale environmental artworks, her architectural works and her memorial designs.
Patty Chang is a Los Angeles based artist and educator who uses performance, video, installation and narrative forms when considering identity, gender, transnationalism, colonial legacies, the environment, large-scale infrastructural projects and impacted subjectivities.
Toshiko Takaezu (1922-2011) was an abstract artist working predominantly with sculpture and the ceramic arts. Inclined to experiment, she combined inspirations from her own cultural background with currents from contemporary painting and sculpture, arriving at a unique expressionist idiom.
Roger Shimomura’s paintings, prints, and theatre pieces address sociopolitical issues of ethnicity. He was born in Seattle, Washington and spent two early years of his childhood in Minidoka (Idaho), one of 10 concentration camps for Japanese Americans during WWII.
Artist Xavier Cha incorporates video and installation in performances that play with multiple perspectives and deferred access, reflecting our fractured contemporary experience.