"When we don’t know the words to say how we feel, we turn to food to say it for us." Recipes from the Chinese diaspora in the U.S. South.
Vietnam, 1953: the last of the rain/ has settled. a rainbow/ begins to form as i/ go out to grab some/ groceries. the produce/ man smiles and waves/ as i head home./ metal against wood./ burning embers./ boiling broth./ and just like that:/ dinner is served.
I've always fixated on sounds, isolating them, meditating to the gurgling rush of the heater, the wetness of feet unsticking from the floor, the mingling of exhales . . .
The goal my T-shirt, while simple and plain, is to express the human body’s relationship with the world. While we are small in the world on an individual level, the inner balance and “zen” we all seek in life, through …
This t-shirt is built on the principle of orthogonality, contrasting linearity with the natural curvature of the female body.
In using the body as a frame on which to hang a tessellated geometric garment, hundreds of lines of symmetry are introduced.
Zhajiangmian is a dish that is at the core of Beijing culture and of three generations of women in my family.
Photographs that capture daily moments and motions that happen within the famed bánh mi shop in Lower Manhattan
The students in Louise Harpman's “Architecture and Urban Design LAB” course build a structure out of discarded single-use plastic water bottles.
A series of photographs that ask how to remain hopeful when up against the daunting realities of climate change and racism