Anida Yoeu Ali: Hybrid Skin, Mythical Presence

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Every Thursday–Sunday, through July 7
Seattle Asian Art Museum Capitol Hill (Seattle)
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Tacoma-based artist Anida Yoeu Ali's solo debut at the Seattle Art Museum blends elements of performance, religious aesthetics, and mythical heroines to disrupt notions of otherness, "transcend the ordinary," and reflect on her upbringing as a Cham-Muslim refugee who migrated from Cambodia. In Hybrid Skin, Mythical Presence, two site-specific performances by Ali—The Buddhist Bug and The Red Chador—are explored through transformative "artifacts," including garments worn by the artist and others during the performances, plus videos, photographs, and installation art. Visitors can return later in spring to see the artifacts come to life: Ali will perform The Buddhist Bug on March 23 and The Red Chador on June 1.

by Lindsay Costello

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Seattle Asian Art Museum

Volunteer Park, 1400 E Prospect St Seattle, WA 98112 Venue website

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