A Disappearing Act

Taking inspiration from the past, artists Su Yu Hsien and Cici Wu looked back on asian art history and developed their respective projects using archival research to reconstruct historical works that were either lost, fragmented, never realized or inherently ephemeral...

A Disappearing Act is facilitated by Asia Art Archive in America, in collaboration with Triangle Arts Association.
The program is supported, in part, by Taipei Cultural Center in New York and public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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