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Grant funding will be used to support the creation, exhibition, and documentation of new work by emerging artist and CSUDH PRAXIS Studio Artist-in-Residence Yoshie Sakai. In the exhibition Yoshie Sakai: KOKO’s Neighborhood, Sakai creates immersive and inviting environmental installations and videos that embody the intricacies of familial gender roles, consumerism, pop culture, and related themes for many first-generation Americans in underserved communities. Documentation will be a 20-page publication featuring an essay by Meg Whitford of Artforum. The show is scheduled for January to March 2019.