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Mei Kazama

Mei Kazama is a multimedia artist from New York City whose work investigates portals, queer futurities, and critical genealogies in the Asian diaspora.

In Conversation

Vivian L. Huang with Mei Kazama

Spaces for collective grief are precious for minority communities, including for Asian Americans who must bear histories and memories that are often publicly repudiated. Recurring themes in your work include ghosts, loss, and grief, which often exist in realms deemed private. How does your work think about these themes in relation to power? What is our responsibility to ghosts who might operate where invisibility is essential?

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The Brooklyn Rail

NOV 2022

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