APICC is proud to feature Sami See's The 9th Dambana as part of the United States of Asian America Festival 2020: FINDING KINSHIP.
“The 9th Dambana” features vibrant mixed-media portraits, centering Filipino-American women in the SF Bay Area community. This interactive exhibit uses an augmented reality app allowing viewers to tune into diasporic narratives voiced by the loved ones of those portraited. Artworks weave the struggle, resilience and power of women into sacred offerings that reflect the beauty of bodies in relationship. The opening reception features food and live music, with sales benefitting a local womens advocacy group.
This event was originally set to occur at Bindlestiff Studio. Stay tuned for info on online programming.
Sami See is a multimedia artist from San Francisco, CA. Her artwork centers how lived experiences are layered, shaped by environment, culture, and hxstory. Through a lens formed by hybridity and liminality, she creates large scale visual stories that activate public space, nudging viewers to experience environments with fresh eyes.
Live stream giveaway and project announcement with sneak peeks of music/visuals (TBD).
Limited postcards with augmented reality activations to be sold online (stay tuned).
Select images and multimedia will be hosted on Sami See's website.
Header photo by Lorenz Angelo.
San Francisco, CA 94103
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