A digital archive of Asian/Asian American contemporary art history


86x65 inches (h x w x d)
mixed-media sculpture

"Bamboo, paper and twine are a symbolic reference to nature. The presence of humankind is suggested in the papers printed with apparent inscription. The splayed bamboos are bound with twine-bandaged-wounds inflicted by piercing stalks of paper. All affecting metaphors allude to a travesty of nature by humankind."
-- Dolly Unithan

Source: Slide