Kim Huynh’s work is a project in undoing what has been said – unraveling language, meaning, and narratives that have been presented as fixed and immutable. Huynh turns familiar signs on their heads to redefine traditional notions of power and cultural identity. She employs text, symbols, marks, images, texture, and space to reveal the mechanisms of power that distort the way we view each other.
|Dimensions||10.900 x 8.400 cm|
Publication date: October 2010