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Ai-Chun Huang


County: Snohomish County

Website: http://lovingpure.weebly.com/

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Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) 2023
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Fellowship Awards 2024
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About

Ai-Chun Huang is a multimedia artist from Taiwan, specializing in experimental animations, painting, installation, or any inspirational resources wherever and whenever on her hands. She is also a mother with two kids, and gets lots of art inspiration from them. Her artworks focus on life limitations and social expectations from an Asian immigrant woman’s perspective and use metaphors from my Asian cultural icons. She uses art to transform those scenery in her journey into poetic pictures, and also combine with her life growth context into her art practice. She is interested in collecting meaningful life moments images, videos and audios into her experimental animations. She chose ” video poem” to record her life scenarios with her collage skills to put the metaphors into the story, especially from an Asian female’s perspective.

Ai-Chun joined some public art projects in WA, such as outdoor projection of her animations in Capitol Hills and Kent-Kherson park in Kent, some public art installation projects in Beacon hill greenway park, Green lake park, the downtown Edmonds. She had several exhibitions, including at the CICA museum in South Korea, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, C-LAB and Pier-2 Art Center in Taiwan, Nan-Jing University art gallery in China, Cornish college of arts….etc. Shoreline Short Short Film Festival. She also received the 2023 GAP Award.

As a nomad artist roaming around the world, she is enjoying recording her life journey through her artistic eyes, and looking back at what she came from, and where she is standing now.

Artist External Links

facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lovingpure/

instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lovingpurehuang/

youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@lovingpure

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