Skills he originally learned by brushing water on toilet paper during Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution later developed into skills that earned him a bronze medal at the Chinese 6th National Exhibition of Fine Art. Since , he's been teaching at Eckerd. As artists, we all enjoy the design and process of art making.
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KIRK KE WANG
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Born in Shanghai, China and living mostly in Tampa Bay, sometimes in NYC, for over 30 years, I focus my art on issues that conflict my experiences with today's mainstream typecasts, from the standpoint of a diaspora. In my art practice, contents overrule forms and methods. I experiment with a wide range of media, such as painting, sculpture, photography, video, conceptual, performance and installation art, etc. Although oscillating between them, I intend to weave a tapestry of my vision of the world, led by a consistent thread: the fear of inexorable cataclysm. For example I recently exhibited at the Ringling Museum of Art, using materials collected from migrants.