AMERICA SEEN is a visual poem about the social landscape of the United States on the eve of and during the Trump administration. Like all of my work, this photo series focuses on ideas of migration and belonging. Born and raised in Taiwan, and emigrated to New York City in 2005. My experience living as a long-term immigrant has strongly influenced my approach. So it did here as well. Many issues made me take a closer look of my second home: matters of race and gender, privacy and patriotism, violence and understanding. In a time of unrest, these themes have...
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