Wichita State University Student
Thien Doan was born in Vietnam in 1991 and now lives in Wichita, KS, where he earned a B.F.A in Photo Media (2016) at Wichita State University. His work combines historical photographic processes with digital technology, and also often incorporates other media including video, sound and installation. Social Justice issues—particularly war, geo-political, border, refugees and immigration—figure heavily in his recent projects. He was awarded an Undergraduate Student Research Grant from Wichita State University to develop his knowledge of the cyanotype process. He spent three months in collaboration with the International Rescue Committee in Wichita to create a photography exhibition in recognition of World Refugee Day.
For more work by Thien, visit: thiendoanphotography.com
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