These are a selection of prints created in the past few years and vary from silkscreens to intaglio etchings & lithographs. 
Having immigrated to the United States at a young age, I didn’t feel attached to Vietnam yet felt like an outsider in my new “home.” In my work, I create liminal spaces, a state of in-between-ness and ambiguity that encourages transition, through fictitious landscapes to explore the reconstruction of cultural identity filtered by my childhood memories and feelings of displacement & isolation. 
These spaces serve as personal mind maps, with different perspectives & memories nested within one another, an odd mix of old & new. They're time stamps composed through repetitive markmaking, drawn from the tools & techniques of traditional East Asian ink-and-wash artworks seen through a contemporary filter on printmaking.
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