Janine Sun Rogers
SWAG’s situation calls to mind recent high-profile scandals, concerning the rights and safety of content creators on online platforms, the lasting environmental impacts of blockchain technology, and moderation of online communities.
Self-taught Thai artist Jiab Prachakul’s portrait series, all featuring members of the Asian diaspora, brings conviviality and introspection to San Francisco.
A gunman killed eight people in the Atlanta area Tuesday night, seeming to target Asian American women and sex workers. This incident echoes imperial violence and ongoing struggles of the Asian American migrant worker community.
In the face of recent violent attacks, the Asian American community reflects on systemic oppression and turns to community-based solutions.
Maid to Queer provides profound insight into how systems of migratory labor beget “productive possibilities of queerness and norm.”
Taiwanese artist Huang Po-Chih’s installation comes to Taipei’s Double Square Gallery as the latest contribution to the mythicization of Chinese American sex worker Song Yang.
“Our Labyrinth,” a performance installation by Taiwanese American artist Lee Mingwei, took on a multitude of new meanings in New York.