Artistic In/Hindsight

Revisit the Pandemic Through Perspectives of Artists

Curated by Yuying (Christy) Wu

The exhibition invites you to step into a virtual world of beauty and contemplation, where Jinha Kang and Raven Hu explore the complexities of our shared experience. Through a series of oral history interviews, they offer intimate reflections on their journeys through the pandemic, inviting you to reflect on your own experiences and insights. Join us on this journey of self-discovery and reflection, as we navigate the pandemic and emerge into a brighter tomorrow.

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Kang’s work explores the intersections of technology, art, and the body, with a focus on creating immersive, interactive experiences that challenge and expand the audience’s understanding of human interaction and relationships.
Her work encompasses a wide range of media, including sculpture, installation, video, and performance. She often incorporates cutting-edge technology into her pieces, using sensors and other tools to create dynamic, sensorial environments that engage the viewer on multiple levels.

Jinha Kang

Multidisciplinary artist
MFA in Digital + Media
at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD)

Meet the Artists

Raven Hu

Installation Artist | Art Director

MFA in Digital + Media
at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD)

Hu employs a multifaceted approach that seamlessly melds physical and virtual media, deftly navigating the ever-changing technological landscape. Her work represents a powerful and innovative engagement with technology, tradition, and the natural world. Through her art, she invites viewers to explore new possibilities for human creativity and to consider their relationship with the world around them.

The Gallery

Step into a virtual world of art and reflection, where the pandemic inspires powerful works that explore the human experience and offer insights into our collective healing.

The Curator

Yuying (Christy) Wu is a multimedia content creator with a passion for storytelling and creative expression. She is an oral history master’s student at Columbia University and has previously earned a double degree in Communications and Economics from UCLA. She is interested in connecting personal narratives with broader social science disciplines to analyze history and society.