This collaborative project draws on the symbolism and processes of Hmong textile traditions—adapting and translating their capabilities in ways that may reflect changed contexts. Young people participants includes Jamila Xiong, Roma Xiong, Julie Xiong, Charlee Xiong, Diana Xiong, Dallar Xiong, Adam Xiong, and Kenny Xiong.

 

 

 
 
 

PAJ HOOB

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Paj Hoob # 1
2014, paper cut-outs and black lighting.
Paj Hoob # 1
2014, paper cut-outs and black lighting.
Paj Hoob # 1
2014, paper cut-outs and black lighting.
Paj Hoob # 1
2014, paper cut-outs and black lighting.
Paj Hoob # 1
2014, paper cut-outs and black lighting.
Paj Hoob # 1
2014, paper cut-outs and black lighting.
Paj Hoob # 1
2014, paper cut-outs and black lighting.
Paj Hoob # 1
2014, paper cut-outs and black lighting.
Paj Hoob # 1
(installation in progress)
Paj Hoob # 1
(installation in progress)
Paj Hoob # 1
(installation in progress)
Paj Hoob # 1
(installation in progress)
Paj Hoob # 1
(installation in progress)
Paj Hoob # 2
Tasmanian International Arts Festival 2015
Paj Hoob # 2
Participants.
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Paj Hoob # 2
(installation in progress)
Paj Hoob # 2
(installation in progress)
Paj Hoob # 2
(installation in progress)
Paj Hoob # 2
(installation in progress)
Paj Hoob # 2
2015, paper cut-outs and black lighting.
Paj Hoob # 2
2015, paper cut-outs and black lighting.
Paj Hoob # 2
2015, paper cut-outs and black lighting.
Paj Hoob # 2
2015, paper cut-outs and black lighting.
Paj Hoob # 2
2015, paper cut-outs and black lighting.
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