In approaching his art, Chang questions what is seen and what is doing the seeing. Bouncing between humor and melancholy, Chang's works speak to the viewer directly through their textured visual layers. How does an artist develop a visual language of his own, and what does the practice of documentation (through drawing) reveal about objects we are so used to seeing? This conversation with Mike Chang could give you some inspiration.
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