Mary Kuan (b. 1997) is a Boston-based Taiwanese-American female artist currently studying Painting and Film at the Rhode Island School of Design. Her work is largely in conversation with various personal and public dialogues regarding notions of love, sex, race, gender, sexual violence, and other subjects related to both intimacy and inequality. Her work attempts to understand the strange cruelty that surrounds us all, and many groups in particular, through the symbology and beauty that makes the cruelty more palatable. These works range from paintings to prints to film, all of which are thread from the same autobiographical nature of experience and observation. 



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