Monsterity 物之怪
An Exhibition by SuDi Wang

on view May 13 – June 18, 2022/ Studio Gallery

Monsterity 物之怪  is a collection of woodcut relief prints that focus on the creation of monsters. Monsters that appear are significantly reflected by different cultures that are influenced by variations of religions, mythicism, or folk tales. The expression of the monsters that shaped civilization within its local histories and collective behaviors.

The opening reception will be held Friday May 13th, 2022 from 5-8p.m.

The Book Arts Studio Residency invites emerging artists to experiment with various printmaking processes in our community studio for a two month period, culminating in an exhibition of their artworks.  Find out more about the residency program.

Black and white image depicting monsters woodcut hand print on Rives paper by Sudi Wang

吮面蟲 无相无生, woodcut hand print on Rives paper

SuDi Wang (she/her) was born in Kunming, China and now lives in Buffalo NY, as a part-time printmaking artist. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology and Visual Art at SUNY Fredonia in 2021. SuDi’s artworks focus on monster creations that were influenced by different cultures that she grew up with and around. Her work also includes suminagashi, book art, and zine publications. 

Exhibitions supported by:

Book Arts is supported by: National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts, Children’s Foundation of Erie County, the County of Erie, M&T Bank Foundation, Western New York Foundation, Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo, the Cameron and Jane Baird Foundation, the Margaret L. Wendt Foundation, Humanities NY