Guided by ecocentrism, this intersectional thesis project considers time, transformation, alchemy, and craft while addressing place, history, memory, familial connections, cohabitation, and communication.
- Fine Art
- Graphic Design
- Craft and Folk Art
- Asian American Studies
Mud-based dyeing with resist paste and embroidery
Crystal Growth - on fabric, plexi, and rocks
Laser Etching on Found Materials
Mood boards /
Gathered mushrooms and collected rock cross-sections over the years.
Hooded Oriole nests woven into palm fronds.