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3d grayscale rendering of a street with shops featuring second floor balconies.

Relational Reconstruction of Hanford, CA’s China Alley with artist Evelyn Hang Yin

Posted by: Jaime Mears

The following is a guest post by Library of Congress Innovator in Residence Jeffrey Yoo Warren in conversation with interdisciplinary artist and filmmaker Evelyn Hang Yin. “Relational reconstructions” are a creative, experiential research method developed by Yoo Warren for minoritized groups to reclaim archives and access erased moments, histories, and spaces personally meaningful to them, …

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Tigers & Portals: Seeing Lost Enclaves Community Memory Event

Posted by: Jaime Mears

This is a guest blog post by Library of Congress Innovator in Residence Jeffrey Yoo Warren in conversation with Vic Xu, an anti-disciplinary artist whose work explores the potential of storytelling to create room for counter-histories and counter-archives, and Vuthy Lay, who draws from the language of the everyday to create work that flows between …

Wide black and white photo of a long slope richly covered in crops and gardens, wooded hills in the background, with small wooden buildings clustered on the hillside. Large homes sit atop the hill in the distance, while a footbridge crosses the creek below.

Relational Reconstruction of the Portland Chinese Vegetable Gardens

Posted by: Jaime Mears

The following is a guest post by Dri Chiu Tattersfield (they/he), an artist and educator from Taipei, Taiwan and Portland, Oregon who loves maps and moss, and the Library’s 2023 Innovator in Residence Jeffrey Yoo Warren. As part of his residency, Warren will publish a toolkit to empower communities to create relational reconstructions of destroyed …