Allison Hsiao. / XX ____________.
Graphic designer @ LA, USA / Taipei, Taiwan.

REDCAT | Alexandra Cuesta: Camera Notes (Part One & Two) / Notas de Cámara (Parte Uno & Dos)

2019

︎Known for her experimental, precise and hypnotic portraits of places and people shot in 16mm (Recordando El Ayer, Beirut 2.14.05, Piensa En Mí, Despedida, Territorio), Alexandra Cuesta expands her cinematic vocabulary into an “intimate ethnography,” shot over three years in upstate New York, Los Angeles, Japan, and Chile. Setting up the process of regularly shooting a “film gesture” almost daily, Camera Notes records “fragments of the everyday intimate.” 
20’’ x 28’’ in︎
Silkscreen print with CMYK colors
Collaboration with Ethan Östling
Photography | Allison Hsiao
Model | Boyoon Choi 

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REDCAT | Calarts Film / Video Showcases 2020

2020

︎CalArts School of Film/Video presents a juried selection of special screenings that feature new short and feature-length films by students in its four programs—a culmination of hard work and dedication throughout the year.
28’’x15.75 in (16:9)︎
Silkscreen print with CMYK colors

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REDCAT | Inside Out & Upside Down: Posters from CalArts 1970–2019

2020

︎CalArts has a long and rich history of graphic designers producing experimental posters for on-campus visiting artists, exhibitions, music, theater, and dance performances (as well as for REDCAT and Machine Project). This exhibition comprises posters pulled from the CalArts poster archive (posters.calarts.edu), most of which are silkscreen prints produced by designers in a limited run.
20” x 28” in︎
Silkscreen print with CMYK colors
Collaboration with Alex Cerutti

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REDCAT | Diana Szeinblum-Adentro!

2018

︎The heightened machismo that punctuates and dramatizes Argentine dances like the Zamba becomes a psycho-sexual motif in Buenos Aires-based choreographer Diana Szeinblum’s newest work Adentro! Three virtuosic performers move to the pulse of an irresistible and rhythmically dynamic sound score by Axel Krygier and Simón Díaz, as they celebrate and deconstruct the drama and intensity of Argentine movement and music forms with ferocity, nuance and humor.
20’’ x 28’’ in ︎
Silkscreen print poster