There is always another side of a story. “To Live or To Survive” brings to light aspects of life that are often taken for granted by showing the duality between life and survival, and the struggle that individuals face in the pursuit of each. This site-specific installation holds a conversation about housing and immigration issues in Seattle. The unique architectural form, recycled objects, and interactive activity invite viewers to reflect, question, and share their thoughts with each other. On view at Lake Union Park on Aug 24–25, 2019 at the Seattle Design Festival.
iMondrian is a virtual reality exhibition of the Dutch painter Piet Mondrian's works during his time in New York City in the 1940s. This exhibition curates paintings that are currently owned by the MOMA in New York, SFMOMA, Guggenheim Museum, Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, and personal collectors.