A Tale of two ghettos was Conceived and is driven by horatio law.

Horatio Hung-Yan Law was born in Hong King to Chinese parents and moved to the US at the age of sixteen. With this multi-cultural background, he has developed an artistic practice whose subjects include the Chinese immigrant's experience, reinterpretations of cultural icons, trans-cultural adoptions, the Iraq War, and the current culture of consumption. His work often tackles weighty subjects with ephemeral and unexpected materials, creating quiet, conflicting, meditative and evocative works. In studio work, public art, and community residences, Law deploys common cultural artifacts to explore issues of identity, memory, and the loss and gain of cross-cultural struggle in the evolving global community. Horatio Law resides in Portland, OR.     http://www.horatiolaw.com/

The Team:

Rachel Wolf:  Program Director  http://www.rachelwolf.com/

Courtney Frisse:  Creative team, Photographer  http://www.courtneyfrisse.com/

Aaron Smith:  Creative team, Fabrication,

Pete McCracken:  Graphic Design  https://www.petemccracken.com/

Thank you to all the Tremendous and creative people who gave their time and inspirations to help make a tale of two ghettos happen!

Rut Martinez-Alicea:  Multicultural Center Coordinator at Portland Community College, SE 82nd Ave Campus

Jacqueline Peterson-Loomis:  Executive director at Portland Chinatown Museum

Mark Terhune:  Media services lead at Portland Community College, SE 82nd Ave Campus