Wu Tsang: Duilian

Published in Artomity, Summer 2016 In 2005, Massachusetts-born, LA-based performance artist Wu Tsang set off for China to trace her ethnic roots. Her father, who was born in Chongqing, fled China as a child with his journalist parents in 1949, on the cusp of the Communist victory in the Chinese Civil War. They travelled through Hong Kong,... Continue Reading →

A Conversation with Wu Tsang

Published on ocula.com, 21 April 2016   One of the wonderful things about meeting many artists and writing their stories, is that you get to lose yourself in their world, and the world of images that they create. This happened to me on the grey sleepy Friday afternoon I went to meet visual artist and filmmaker,... Continue Reading →

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