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Asia Society Texas Center’s second installment of 'Artists on Site' provides working studio space and funding to Houston-based BIPOC artists Bennie Flores Ansell, Guadalupe Hernandez, Preetika Rajgariah, and Stevie Spurgin.
The 'Artists on Site' project supports local artists by providing funding and studio space, and shining a light on the artistic process of featured artists Ahra Cho, Laura Drey, Brandon Tho Harris, and Royal Sumikat.
Embodying Asia Society’s mission to foster cross-cultural dialogues, the conversation created by the simultaneous display of "Joss" and "Eternal Offerings" highlights the lasting influence of early Chinese art forms and techniques.
In addition to water and light, the exhibition makes use of wood and metal that Miya Ando has altered by natural physical treatment such as sculpting and charring, as well as by chemical and electrical processes.