Siran (Eva) Wang
“Echoes of the Looking Glass” is an exploration of mediated memory using gelatin cubes, transparency printing, and 3D scanning video that is projected on the installation. This work uses the extensibility of gelatin to show the relationship between memory and time. Each layer of the work represents the feeling of hollowness and the fact that something is always missing in the memory, which may bring me back to the collective memory of the past. The gap between each layer is like a conversation across time and space. It is not only a study of materiality and image transfer, but also a reflection on the fluidity and impermanence of memory.
Siran (Eva) Wang is a Chinese photographer whose work explores the relationship between fashion and portraiture. She has recently focused on experimental photography and installations. Wang has been featured in various magazines. She currently lives in New York City.