Nice to Meet You: Huidi Xiang

Nice to Meet You: Huidi Xiang

"Nice to Meet You" is the final post in a series by Hong Kong-based writer and curator Stephanie Cheung. Here she discusses Huidi Xiang's installation of the same title. Through their conversation, Cheung discovers the intricate layers of Xiang's work that begins in a very internal thought process and expands outward into the community. 

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Narrow Chatter: Devon Grigsby

Narrow Chatter: Devon Grigsby

"Narrow Chatter" is the fifth in a series of posts by Hong Kong-based writer and curator Stephanie Cheung, who visited Project Row Houses over the summer and spent time with the residents. In this piece, she explores the ideas behind University of Houston's Devon Grigsby, who has constructed an installation of the same name. 

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The Rising Ward: Robert Riojas

The Rising Ward: Robert Riojas

The Rising Ward is part of a 6-piece series of posts by Hong Kong-based writer and curator Stephanie Cheung. In this post, she examines the work of Robert Riojas, a student at Texas Southern University, honing in on Riojas's craft and his views on the issue of gentrification in neighborhoods like his own and that of the Third Ward. 

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Mothers at Home, on the Porch, at the Door: Caroline Ryan

Mothers at Home, on the Porch, at the Door: Caroline Ryan

"Mothers at Home, on the Porch, at the Door" is the second installment in a series of posts by Stephanie Cheung. In this piece, Cheung details the process of resident Caroline Ryan, a painting and psychology major from the University of Houston who offered her portraiture skills to the residents of the PRH community. 

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