Irene Chan

2021-07-22T22:29:20-04:00Articles, News|

Irene Chan Reader's Art 12: Longing for Home  Washington, DC artist Irene Chan is continually confronted by stereotypes concerning Asians. Her book,  The Asian American? The project is made from business cards with text that responds to comments and questions that strangers ask Asian Americans. Every week since age 12, I am asked one to ten of the same questions. Since these questions and comments are common to other Asian Americans. As I created a set of business cards to flash or hand out for the appropriate moments. Through the interaction of questions and answers. lasting racial stereotypes and myths of the concept of the “Asian American” are revealed. Reader's Art 12: Longing for Home March 16- April 26, 2012 Susan Hensel Gallery The focus of Susan Hensel Gallery is on compelling objects, meaningful use of materials, and engaging sculpture. It is a gallery where experimental ideas and works of the hand join to create unique sensory experiences. Opened September 10th, 2004 Susan Hensel Gallery is a gallery/ workspace presenting 5-6 shows per year in an intimate space, with hardwood floors and high tin ceilings. In 2013 the interior space reverted to a working studio for Susan Hensel [...]