Yu-Wen Wu delivered the inaugural Amaral Visiting Artist Lecture at the Bristol Courthouse on May 25, discussing her large scale commission at Harvard’s Chao Center, which she completed in conjunction with Bristol’s Paul Amaral. The lecture was attended by more than 80 people.
Wu is an interdisciplinary artist practising in Boston, whose work explores universal connectedness, interdependence, and persistence of change. Through drawing, video and installation, her work bridges cultures, art and sciences, imagination, and documentation. Her work at the Chao Center features collaboration with Amaral Custon Fabrication, which fuses craftsmanship with modern fabrication techniquest to realize world-class monumental and public sculptures.