For the design of the shirt, Xiang drew upon a common motif in her own artistic practice: five apples
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Xiang’s exhibition “How to Be an Artist in Minecraft,” organized by Ender Gallery, in now on view in Minecraft through October 31.
Huidi Xiang makes sculptural objects, installations, and systems to examine world-making processes and the coexistence of multiple contexts and narratives.
I make work that explores the constant wrestlings, negotiations, translations, and retranslation between the physical and virtual constructed worlds.
Here’s how MFA students used their “On the Ground” grants to futher their artmaking this semester.
“What Does a Pencil Know?” is an exhibition of sculpture, drawing, and video by three MFA candidates: Huidi Xiang, Lau Hochi, and Max Spitzer.
In the latest installment of “On the Ground,” Huidi Xiang MFA ’21 traveled to London for an interdisciplinary course on speculative design methodology.