House Conspiracy's Jonathan O'Brien speaks with Gwan Tung Dorothy Lau about identity, the personal and the political, moving cities, and, for a surprising amount of the show, time travel.
Gwan Tung Dorothy Lau critically examines the construction of cultural and racial identity. She critiques the generalised portrayal of the East Asian culture through digital manipulated self-portrait and wearable art. Dorothy’s practice conveys the notion of perplexity developed from her peripatetic youth, providing an intimate reflection on the sentiment of displacement experienced globally and collectively.
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