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Her and Kue are emerging Hmong-American artists whose work addresses the complexities of being second-generation women members of this nationless ethnic minority. In their artwork they navigate the politics of displacement, the connections between cultural identity and place, the impact of gendered social roles, and the weight of tradition from this unique perspective. Curated by Kate Mothes, founder of Young Space.
Information on the many community programs about Hmong culture related to when you were made: Tshab Her & Victoria Kue and can be found at lawrence.edu/s/wriston.
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Wriston Art Center Galleries, "when you were made: Tshab Her & Victoria Kue" (2019). Exhibition Materials. 4.