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2020 SPE Annual Conference: Hosted by The University of Houston | Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts | School of Art

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Albert Abdul-Barr Wang

Albert Abdul-Barr
Wang

SPE Member since 2019
Member Chapter: Southwest

Albert Abdul-Barr Wang

SPE member since 2019
Jenny An, Blogger
diasec mounted c-print

Albert Abdul-Barr Wang

SPE member since 2019
The Puppet Master (After McNaughton)
digital photo for tapestry maquette

Albert Abdul-Barr Wang

SPE member since 2019
Human Target of Interest
diasec mounted c-print

Albert Abdul-Barr Wang

SPE member since 2019
Fuck Tha Po-Po
digital photo for tapestry maquette

Albert Abdul-Barr Wang

SPE member since 2019
Momento Mori Selfie I
diasec mounted c-print

Albert Abdul-Barr Wang

SPE member since 2019
Impeach the President (After McNaughton)
digital photo for tapestry maquette

Albert Abdul-Barr Wang

SPE member since 2019
Momento Mori Selfie II
diasec mounted c-print

Albert Abdul-Barr Wang

SPE member since 2019
Momento Mori Selfie III
diasec mounted c-print

Albert Abdul-Barr Wang

SPE member since 2019
Momento Mori Selfie IV
diasec mounted c-print

Albert Abdul-Barr Wang

SPE member since 2019
The Angry Asian I
diasec mounted c-print

about

Albert Abdul-Barr Wang is a Salt Lake City-based conceptual photographer, tapestry, and installation artist. He was born in Brooklyn, New York City. Currently he is a BFA student in Photography & Digital Imaging at the University of Utah.

His photography and experimental projects focus on historical archives, financial/military and geopolitical corruption/conspiracies, visual alchemy/archaeology, and the commodification of violence and hyper-sexuality in American culture. He has exhibited at Filter Space in Chicago and has been featured in Studio Visit Magazine.

http://www.albertwang.art

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