Fruit of Our Mother Land
An ode to Asian/Pacific Islander immigrant womxn who have given birth to us, transferring all their intersectionalities and creating new ones, so that we can reshape how society sees APIA womxn. With heads held high, we throw away docile poses, using non traditional media and shapes that don't repeat in a predictable manner, we "paint" a different and refreshing power portrait of what a strong APIA womxn can look like today in the United States of America.
Too-POC, at Comfort Station
Vinyl banner, felt sheets, Adobe Illustrator