The Hughen/Starkweather project Re:depiction is on view in First Look, recent acquisitions at the Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, from September 4 - October 11, 2015. The Re:depiction catalogue, including an essay by curator Allison Harding, can be viewed here. Re:depiction is a visual translation of objects in the museum collection via memory and language. The installation consists of six large abstract works on paper accompanied by audio recordings of voices describing specific works in the collection. Museum visitors are invited to take a map and find the original works as described in the sound recordings, closing a loop connecting abstraction, memory, translation, and its source material. An interview about the project with Marc Mayer from the Museum can be read here. Read reviews of the project from KQED (here) and Hyperallergic (here).