Aloha Wear(y)

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Archival Inkjet Print


24 x 30"




Brandon K.H. Ng (b. 1984, Honolulu, HI) received his BFA from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (2012) and his MFA at Arizona State University (2020). Ng's work investigates the intersections between place, persona, and positionality. His photographic and installation works deconstruct historical narratives to examine social systems that are exclusionary and oppressive. Being a product of settler colonialism in the Hawaiʻi, Ng is particularly partial to policies that affect contemporary social and cultural issues of Oceania and their overlap with the United States. Recently, Ng has been investigating how to use the camera and lensless image-making processes to create installations and photographic gestures to catalyze the unlearning imperialist methods that impact Hawaiʻi and its people. Through this process, he considers ideas concerning hybridity and how to make colonized spaces into decolonial places. Ng has exhibited in Hawaiʻi and the continental US, including exhibitions at the Honolulu Museum of Art, Shangri La Museum of Islamic Art, Culture and Design, and Northlight Gallery in Phoneix, Arizona.

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