BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT UID:events.uid.2014@www.discovernikkei.org DTSTART:20091001T000000Z DTEND:20091031T000000Z DESCRIPTION:\n<a href="http://www.monarchartstudio.com/index.html"></a>\n<a href="http://www.monarchartstudio.com/currentlyfeaturi.html"></a>\n<a hre f="http://www.monarchartstudio.com/pastexhibitionra.html"></a>\n<a href="h ttp://www.monarchartstudio.com/upcomingshow.html"></a>\n<a href="http://ww w.monarchartstudio.com/Artists/monarchstudioart.html"></a>\n<a href="http: //www.monarchartstudio.com/aboutmonarchstud.html"></a>\n<a href="http://ww w.monarchartstudio.com/contact.html"></a>\n\nCopyright &copy\; 2009 Monarc h Studio | 312 South Washington St. (Tashiro-Kaplan building) &middot\; Se attle WA 98104 | 206.682.1710 / 206.931.1356 | SIte Credits\n\n<a href="ht tp://www.jojocorvaia.com/" target="_blank"></a>\n\nBarbara Horiuchi is a C alifornia-born third generation Japanese-American\, a Sansei. In her curre nt art she explores the repercussions of trauma born from issues of injust ice. This examination wells from personal familial experiences\; immigrati on\, the historic internment experience of Japanese-Americans during WWII\ , marginalization\, loss\, and attempts at recovery. The information proce ssed from these experiences was passed to her by a culturally-influenced\, verbal and visual language which often was not articulated directly but i ndirectly expressed. This information informs her work and shapes the mann er in which it is conceived\, constructed and created.\n\nLink to Monarch Studio\, Seattle and Horiuchi's work\, click <strong><a href="http://www.m onarchartstudio.com/Artists/barbara%20horiuchi/barbarahoriuchic.htm">HERE< /a></strong>\n\n&nbsp\;\n\n SUMMARY:Barbara Horiuchi at Monarch Studio\, Seattle URL:/en/events/2009/10/01/barbara-horiuchi-at-monarch-studio-seattle/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR