NOW MORE THAN EVER: PUT ASIAN WOMEN IN WHITE CUBES is a two part performance piece concerning the lack of presentation of Asian femmes. Part 1 was performed through our t-shirts and Part 2 consisted of a "drop" of postcards, cards, and buttons inside the MoMA retail spaces.
Participants were volunteers including Mae, Eden, Ashley, Kristina, Esther,and Olivia. Performed at MoMA in New York, NY.
Photos by Sara Park
Self-care is Warfare is a two-part project consisting of one video and one collection of typographic treatments.
The video portion is about self-care and how to move forward, made in collaboration with creatives Sonja John, Soraya Jansen and Jenny Yang.
The video was a part of an Instagram take-over at New Museum's Scamming the Patriarchy program.
The second portion consisted of motivational and encouraging words submitted by femmes for other femmes.
A three part video series featuring Asian women defining and debunking the model minority myth, as well as describing the harmful natures of such stereotypes.
A project depicting the strains on relationships between East Asian immigrant mothers and their Western-raised millennial daughters as a result of generation gaps.
A public installation of posters containing statements submitted by the online public, to which we gave the prompt to fill in the blank: "Asian Women Are Not ___".
A total of 100 submissions were taken (repetitive submissions counted as one).
Our zine submission for the Yale Odds and Ends Book Fair, which we also sold as merch to followers.
Each box contains:
- "WOW!! You have 1 Asian Friend" ribbon
- 3 Asian designer logo temporary tattoos
- Trump China lighter
- White Male Tears button
- 2 Asian protest stickers
- Small photo book in which white female models' eyes are replaced with those of East Asians.