Liana Yang combines photography and installation work to investigate various sociological and psychological relationships. She is drawn to the trivialities and oddities that we encounter in our daily experiences. This includes the enigmatic and unseen aspects of spaces and places, as well as explorations of memory and associations in a contemporary culture.
Her works have been showcased at the Arles Photography Open Salon in France, The Arts House, The National Library, Singapore, and more recently at Artissima 19, Italy. Her first self-published photobook, The Epiphany of States, was also selected and showcased at The Photobook Show in Brighton, UK & Helsinki, Finland.
She resides and works in Singapore.
What My Pussy Loves (2013)
Through the artist’s relationship with her cats, ‘What My Pussy Loves’ explores the human condition for love and companionship. In contrast to its cheeky title, the images in the series are typically mundane and domestic. When compared with human relationships, the work ponders on the ambiguity in compassion, while reflecting on the commitment humans are willing to put up with in relationships.
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