“Dried" is an imaginary scene in which the artist imagines her multiple identities (real and perceived) tumbling together in a dryer. Just underneath the seemingly playful imagery, there is a nod to the underlying violence of being seemingly happy while trapped in a machine; the constant jostling and unpredictable motion; the experience of being unable to truly find rest.
The print is handmade and unframed.
Featured in the Yale School of Architecture's Fall show, "Speaking Into Being: Beyond Asian Silence."
Limited edition of 100 prints. Block print on Thai Kozo paper.
Dimensions: Approx. 11"x14"
Image: Approx. 9" x 11"
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