LINDA ZEB HANG
Greez: I like, I wish, I wonder: Possibilities and fantasies for poc/qpoc designers, 2019; reprographic poster scroll, 4 plate units, each approximately 18 × 24″, 45.7 × 61cm, installation variable.
Open Syllables: Paths, Dangers, Strategies, 2017–9; hand-carved negative space weaving on mesh canvas, 1 plate unit, approximately 22 × 13.25″, 55.9 × 33.7cm, installation variable.
Greez: I like, I wish, I wonder: Possibilities and fantasies for poc/qpoc designers, with Ramon Tejada (he/him), Silas Munro (he/him or she/her), Mary Lai (she/her), Gerardo Madera (he/him), Son Kit (they/them), Linda Zeb Hang (she/her), Yuri Ogita (she/her), and Rin Kim (they/them).
Votive Scales, 2017–9; carbon assemblage, plate unit multiples, approximately 22 × 13.25″, 55.9 × 33.7cm, installation variable.
In design: What has been left empty? Who has been filled? Who is bearing? Who is pouring? Who is hurting? Who is healing? Who is healer? Where does design end and self begin? Does it? Why are we the “other?” An informal discussion on the intersections of race, gender, sexuality, class, gatekeeping, colorism, tokenization, capitalism, and white nonsense. Using the lens of contemporary design discourse, we talk through and around the decolonization of design infrastructures. Presented by Other Publishing.