Wendi (she/her) is an artist and activist of Filipino, Chinese, Dutch, and Scottish descent. She was born to a mother from Washington state and a father from Hawai’i, and is self-taught. Currently she uses Portland, OR as a home base.
Wendi’s work is sometimes collaborative, often ephemeral, and typically incognito. Costume, performance, and ritual grant access to hidden spaces, give shape to the intangible, and bid you to take notice of significance. Painting and illustration are conduits for the energy of social movements. All create experiences that act as entry points into dialogue and discovery.