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Yida Wang is an assistant professor of art and art history and curator of the art exhibits for Kuykendall 106 Events Room & Gallery on the campus of the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Yida has a rich background of training in Chinese and Western art. A native of Shanghai, she left for the United States in the 1980's to study art at the University of Hawaii, where she has been teaching since she received her Master's degree in 1994.
Recognized for her performance in teaching and art making, she is the current Painting and Drawing Program Chair. The multi-faceted nature of Yida Wang's creative repertoire reflects Chinese cultural themes and includes painting, drawing, mixed media, installation and many personas, a trekker across the universe of art, and a woman with a mission.
As a person of Asian origin living in Western society, her work examines essential connections and relationships between individuality and diverse cultural influences and transformations that relate to the cross-pollination and disjunction of her bi-cultural existence. The scope of her practices across diverse areas from representational approaches to conceptual and philosophic explorations; the technical investigations expand from traditional mediums to various non-traditional applications and substrates, and the visual presentations include two dimensional drawings and paintings along with three dimensional installations.
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