102 x 48”. Fiber, sewing pins, and nails mounted to wooden beam. 2019.
Curated for: Artists’ Television Access Gallery
For more info, see “Peace Chimes” 2017.
110 x 75 ”. Paper, thread, sewing pins. 2018.
105 x 87”. Fiber and nails. 2018.
This piece was displayed alongside a sound recording of rain by co-founder of Problem Library, Grayson Stebbins. In April 2018, Ho hosted a meditation and art gathering at her art studio where she led a guided meditation to the sound of rain under the presence of her installation.
8' x 8'. Paper, fish-wire, and glue. 2017.
95 x 90". Fiber, nails and glue. 2017.
88 x 75". Fiber and nails. 2017.
"Northern California" is a fiber "painting" on a large loom mounted to a wall. Rather than using the traditional method of weaving which strategically stacks layered patterns of weft threads on top of one another, the loom was utilized as a canvas and the yarn as paint. With intention, none of the weft threads were secured and instead hung loosely as a metaphor to the fragility of our ecosystem's health. In addition, the installation's intention is to bring awareness to the beauty that is often covered up by the overwhelmingly busy culture of the Bay Area.
Photo by: Dora Tsui