The Regis College Fine Arts Center presents My Lightwork: A Journey to Honor My Ancestors, Culture, and Memories by Ngọc-Trân Vũ.
Ngọc-Trân Vũ is a storyteller, connector, and an interpreter. Her work evokes themes of familial ties, memories, and rituals amongst issues of social justice and intersectionality. As a 1.5-generation Vietnamese American interdisciplinary artist and organizer, she is passionate in creating spaces and platforms for cross-cultural storytelling and critical discourse that challenge inequity. She threads her social practice through photography, painting, and sculpture so that her art can resonate and engage audiences with intentionality. Her experiences as a person of color working with communities inside, outside and beyond the United States have informed her framing of realities, visions, and possibilities.
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