This series of three paintings are painted imaginary amalgamated china sculptures, fusing social media food items with the ‘Chinoiserie’ characteristics of Blue & White china. This act of distortion and merging represents Mok’s struggle to affirm her identities and activate ‘Chinoiserie’ making through her modulation and play.

D hooks installed without wire.

Where it's been

2019 Why The @#&! Do You Paint?: What Does ItAll Mean, Gladstone Hotel, Toronto, ON

2018 Banquet of the Black Haired Maiden,Double Happiness Projects, Toronto, ON

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since 2020
Noelle Feodora Mok
Richmond Hill, Ontario
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  • Painting
  • Oil and acrylic on canvas
  • 36" x 48"
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