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Artist Q&A | Okyoung Noh: What Are Your Names, Asia(n)?


Wednesday December 6, 2023: 6:30pm to 7:30pm  Add to Calendar /   Add to Google Calendar


Downtown Library: 1st Floor Lobby


Artist Okyoung Noh and Chien-An Yuan will discuss Noh's video exhibit, What Are Your Names, Asia(n)?, currently on display on the lobby gallery screen. A screening of the piece will be followed by a discussion and question and answer session.

Okyoung Noh (b. Seoul, KR) is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher working with multimedia installation, performance, and social practice. Noh's intersectional practice visualizes and questions the violence that is witnessed by displaced Asian female migrants' bodies. Her works have been presented internationally at the Ann Arbor Art Center (MI), Athens Institute for Contemporary Art (GA), Duderstadt Center (MI), Hangaram Museum (KR), Seoul Artist's Platform_New & Young (KR), and many others. She has been honored with the Chunman Art Award (KR) and nominated as an Elsie Choy Lee Scholar by CEW+, a Young Korean Artist by CICA Museum, and a New Artist from Boomer Gallery, among others.

Screenings of What Are Your Names, Asia(n)? on AADL's lobby gallery screen will be held on Sunday December 3rd 1:30-2:00pm, Monday, December 4th, 6:00-6:30pm in the lobby of the Downtown Library and Tuesday December 5th, 6:30-7:00pm.

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