Shaina Lee-Shuan Yang, often known as Aniahs Gnay, is a multidisciplinary visual artist and arts organizer. They are a first generation American Taiwanese born in Ohio, cultured between California and Taiwan now based in NYC. Their work explores the relationships of the vessel body and its carried symbols, connectivity, and the space between it all.
They are influenced by the superstitious nature of their Taiwanese family and life as a queer first-generation American reflecting on the spaces and rituals people create and the definition of what it means to be invisible or visible. They look at the space between all things to understand this shared experience of existence, and ultimately to question both the state of infinite solitude and infinite connection.
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