A solo exhibition that displays work from a research project more than a decade in the making. Read more on the Tacoma Art Museum website.
University of Washington Press published the catalog for this exhibition in August 2017. One of the authors is alum Rock Hushka (BA/BFA 1991), who is Chief Curator and Curator of Contemporary and Northwest Art at Tacoma Art Museum.
The College of Arts & Sciences featured this exhibition in the May 2017 issue of their Perspectives newsletter.
Watch a video of one of the works in the exhibition.
This exhibition is related to a Royalty Research Fund Scholar grant Lin received in 2016.
These are some of the reviews of the exhibition:
- Seattle Times, "Plight of immigrants brought to light in ambitious Tacoma Art Museum show"
- Art Daily, "This summer art meets history in two new exhibitions at Tacoma Art Museum"
- International Examiner, "Making pictures of the missing"
- Northwest Asian Weekly, "Art exhibit memorializes the lives of Chinese railroad workers"
- Washington Rock Quarries, "Rail Ballast as an Art Medium"