888 PROJECT : TAIWANat the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)
Art direction, exhibition design, and identity in collaboration with artist Brenda Zlamany’s solo show at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Taipei, Taiwan.
The show is supported by a Fulbright grant, Brenda traveled to thirty-three places in Taiwan, primarily aboriginal villages. She painted 888 people from diverse socioeconomic groups and ranging in age from infancy to 104 to pose for watercolor portraits that she made using the camera lucida, a device for drawing that dates back to the Renaissance and that promotes a two-way exchange between artist and subject.
Also shown at the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York (TECO-NY) in NYC, 2012.
Location: Taipei, Taiwan & New York City
Photos courtesy of The Museum of Contemporary Arts