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Yeni Mao

Title & Date: Floored (2012)
Material: Transparency on inkjet print
Dimensions: 8" x 10"

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"Floored" by Yeni Mao

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This piece is part of a series of works appropriating imagery from the fertile 1960-70’s period of Hong Kong Martial Arts movies. The images are worked into transparent collages that are based in the tradition of figure and landscape painting. The varying clarity and opaqueness of the layered frames emphasizes informational distortion.

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Category: Mixed Media

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Description: This piece is part of a series of works appropriating imagery from the fertile 1960-70’s period of Hong Kong Martial Arts movies. The images are worked into transparent collages that are based in the tradition of figure and landscape painting. The varying clarity and opaqueness of the layered frames emphasizes informational distortion.

Artist Biography:Yeni Mao was born in Guelph, Canada. He holds a BFA from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago, and apprenticed in bronze casting at Artworks Foundry in Berkley, CA. Mao’s work has been shown nationally and internationally, in solo exhibitions at Collette Blanchard Gallery and Jon Tomlinson Enterprises, and included in group exhibitions at Andrew Edlin Gallery, Rush Arts, University of Maryland , Chashama, La MaMa Galleria, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, ISE Cultural Center, ROM for Kunst og Arkitektur in Norway, Shang Element Contemporary Art Museum in Beijing, Ardell Gallery in Bangkok, and Galleria Metropolitana in Santiago. Yeni Mao’s work has been written about in The New York Times, Time Out New York, The Advocate, The Village Voice, and the Bangkok Post. Mao was Artist-in-residence at The Lijiang Studio in Yunnan, The Red Gate Gallery in Beijing, The Fountainhead Residency in Miami, and upcoming in 2013 OAZO-AIR in Amsterdam.