Jong tackles feminism, formalism and fiction in her process - driven and time - based new sculptural works in ink.
The material, and muse, for her recent work is an animal by-product, adapted from the first method of ink-making from 12th Century BC China. Working with an organic material from her childhood and heritage addresses her relationship with struggle, failure, desire and starting over, again, and considers her individual, and our collective, morphing identities.
The works are "alive" and are created to hold up to habitual environments. Her intention is that, ultimately, they will complete themselves in nature.
Ink caution tape ribbon
24.5in x 18.5in x 2.5in
Protein resin, pigments, metal pins,
archival inkjeg print on synthetic fabric