ink, paper, fabric, and plywood
6 in. x 7 3/16 x 2 ½ in.
Fandra Chang (born 1964 in Taiwan) is an Asian artist based in Los Angeles, California. In 1987 she obtained her B.F.A in Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California. Since the early 90’s, Chang’s work has been involved with the mechanics of reproduction, questions of perception and deception, singularity and duplicity, origination and dissimulation. Until recently, her work often begins with a material which conventionally serves as a background or ground on which images are made, such as a woodblock, a silkscreen, or a canvas.
[description:] Long horizontal plywood separated into 4 colored sections (brown, yellow, sand, pink and green). Each color covers a different amount of the wood, the smallest one being the sand color and the green being the largest amount covered.