NAMARAREPS

Xiaojing Yan

The Chinese seeds of Xiaojing Yan’s art, rooted for fifteen years in Canadian soil, push their way up through the woven layers of her identity as a first-generation Chinese-Canadian. As these seeds push through the complexities of her immigrant experience into the creative work of my art, they become a bi-cultural lens of the natural world for what it’s like to balance between two cultures.

Xiaojing Yan

Xiaojing Yan· Sculpture & Installation, Precious Materials

Bridge, 2009, 1700×1500×6000mm / 67×59×236in ceramic spoons