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OCMA Triennial: Michael Lin's site specific installations transform rooms

Michael Lin - Sharawadgi, 2013?
Michael Lin - Sharawadgi, 2013?
Courtesy OCMA/Chris Bliss Photography

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As we've did last week, Off-Ramp continues its exploration of the California Pacific Triennial,  a new group show at the Orange County Museum of Art. The exhibit brings together dozens of artists artists whose lives and work are impacted by the Pacific ocean. 

You've heard from, curator Dan Cameron. Australian video artist Shaun Gladwell. And there's even more video artists and painters we've talked to in the exhibit.

Now, Off-Ramp Producer Kevin Ferguson talks with Michael Lin, an installation artist raised in Los Angeles who lives now in Shanghai. Lin's work is site specific--often taking up entire rooms. For the Triennial, Lin focused on Asia and how it was once represented in Western art.