The foot soldier didn’t count, except in World War I memorials which I had studied and realized — The effect they had, they were so moving, was because they focused on individual loss. I was a Class A nerd. lower right, in black ink in the artist's handwriting: © Mariana R. Cook 1998/ Not to be reproduced / without permission/ 2/6". What did you take away from that experience? Can you tell us how that came about? This information is published from the Museum's collection database. Maya Lin and Daniel Wolf to Turn a Former Yonkers Jail Into a Studio and Gallery Posted On Fri, April 18, 2014 By Stephanie Hoina VIEW PHOTO IN … My friends say I’m not at all more humble, so I don’t know. It happens overnight sometimes. And one of the very first projects, we were all given different segments of Copenhagen to study. And so I just figured architecture is this perfect combination. As a child, I was never told I couldn’t do something because I happen to be a girl. It was actually really awful, but yes, I read it. Her life and work were detailed in the Academy Award-winning documentary film of 1995. Yale doesn’t have a junior year abroad. I think in the next 10, 20 years, if we don’t have a much stronger concern for the environment on a very political level, we’re in trouble. She has served as an advisor on sustainable energy use, and as a board member of the National Resources Defense Council. In 2009, his first year in office, President Barack Obama awarded Maya Lin the National Medal of Arts. In the course of that semester, someone saw a bulletin for a competition for the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial. They actually studied at the University of Pennsylvania, brought modernism back to China and helped design Tienanmen Square. “Silver River,” on display at the MGM Mirage City Center in Las Vegas, is an 84-foot piece of reclaimed silver, cast in the form of the Colorado River. Architect Maya Lin was in Jordan in 2009, in the midst of a yearlong trip around the world, when she got a call inviting her to discuss what would become her largest commission to … Gli inizi ed il monumento ai caduti del Vietnam A soli 21 anni, nel 1981, quando è ancora una studentessa universitaria, Lin vince un concorso pubblico per la progettazione di un monumento dedicato alle vittime del Vietnam, il Vietnam Veterans Memorial. I like it very tight. And he’s going, ‘What did I just hear?” And we were deaf at that point. It probably didn’t occur to me I was Asian-American until I was studying abroad in Denmark actually and there was a little bit of prejudice — racial discrimination — because as I get a suntan I look like a Greenlander. Maya Lin: For a senior project in architecture school, you had a choice. I completely believe in what’s happening with the greenhouse effect and with the ozone layer. But I didn’t really ask much about it, growing up. Maya Lin: Oh, about five years ago, seriously. Now politically, deep down under you have two camps. Her work has profoundly changed the way we experience things, creating works that have touched us in a manner unprecedented in contemporary art. I didn’t even know what vivisection was, but it basically means dissecting the animals while they’re still alive. By that time the Secretary of Interior was only supposed to check to see if the funding was in place, which it was. She went to Yale University and she is married to Daniel Wolf. We have a couple of different technological ways of viewing our world. Get premium, high Growing up, I thought I was white. Ironically, that was something the veterans chose. I looked much younger than most of my classmates, and in a way they were really nice to me, but almost as a baby sister. Maya Lin: When you’re young, maybe that’s all you have. Don’t you get it?”  I mean he just didn’t get it. Her multi-sited work, “What Is Missing,” encompasses a book, an online presence, and  installations at multiple scientific institutions. I think a lot of it is a struggle because I come from two heritages. Then I visit the site. What do you say to young men and women who might come to you and ask, “How can I do what you do? My dad’s a ceramicist, and a Dean of Fine Arts. If I read correctly, you once said that you don’t want to tell people what to think, you want to present them with information. I was really good at track, but anything else in gym, just shoot me. The other kids probably hated me. You offer up information, but you have to let the viewers come away with their own conclusions. You deal with some very important ideas: women, peace, civil rights, environment. And I love Scandinavian design. As far as what I took away from it, at a certain point nobody would touch me with a ten foot pole. You have to go through five governmental agencies two times for review. There was no way I could break through the line. Maya Lin: In anything I’ve done, what I will do is resist picking up a pen, except to write, for as long as I can. I mean the cultural site, the historical site, who’s coming, what the needs are, what I think needs to be done. Maya Lin: It’s funny, as you live through something you’re not aware of it. Her mother wrote poetry and taught literature; her father, a ceramic artist, became the Dean of Fine Arts. You have conviction. I think I had the highest grade point average in my high school. And it was also funny because my — as I started to really focus on art and architecture, my roommates were appalled. They have two children. I will hire firms or cause firms to be hired to work with me. Maya Lin was born to Chinese intellectuals who had fled China in 1948, just as the Communist takeover was occurring. Is less more? Were books important to you when you were growing up? “The Wave Field” at the University of Michigan College of Engineering is a pure earth sculpture, made entirely of soil covered with grass, undulating in waves six feet high. Are you sure this is what you want? I was basically using the university as a playground. What hurt you most about that experience and the veterans’ reaction to the memorial? As both artist and architect, her work has long reflected a strong interest in the environment. Nothing you learn will help you in being creative. I don’t want to acknowledge that, because it’s too painful. I applied almost as a lark. Images and other media are excluded. I have one older brother. Her studio artwork has been exhibited in museums around the world. What happens when the rest of the world modernizes? Now they’ll say that we weren’t interested, but I think part of it was they wanted us to fit in. A collaboration with other artists, architects, landscape designers and the native tribes of the Pacific Northwest, it is the largest undertaking of her career. I mean, it was a real — there was an anguish in that. Then I get to Yale and my advisor is a science advisor because I have specified my interest is field zoology and animal behavior. Now you want both cultures when you’re very young. They have two daughters, and divide I was fighting it in my 20’s, really hard. We encourage your input to enhance our understanding of our collection. For me what the Vietnam memorial had to be was about honesty, about dealing up front with individual loss. Maya Lin: I had very few friends. She encountered ferocious criticism when her unconventional design was selected. Maya Lin: I think I wanted to fit in. I like editing. But in art or architecture your project is only done when you say it’s done. I loved school, and all I wanted to do was keep going to school. You should be having more fun in high school. We all knew a compromise had to be meted out. So how did you feel when you finally left home and went to Yale? Lin also executed architectural projects for the Rockefeller Foundation, the new Federal Courthouse in Manhattan, and the Asian Pacific American Studies Institute at New York University. Feelings were running so high that her name was not even mentioned at the dedication of the memorial in 1982. Her Civil Rights memorial in Montgomery, Alabama displays inscriptions on a disc of black stone beneath a thin layer of moving water. About Maya Lin is a 61 year old American Designer. I was really naive. So you put all that analytic science away and allow the art side to come out. I always took soft history courses like sociology. What was your childhood like, growing up in a small town in Ohio as the daughter of Chinese immigrants? A lot of my classmates went through an incredibly rigorous, competitive high school for four years, but by the time they hit sophomore or junior year, they were so tired. And we went, “Nothing, nothing. They wouldn’t sit next to me. Looking ahead at the 21st Century, what do you see as the greatest challenges we face as a society? So I presented my piece. But it was always very academic and none of this connected. I think my brother had a few more friends than me, but we stayed close to home, and I think we always ate dinner with our parents. There was a party at the Chinese embassy, and my father was going on and on with the Chinese ambassador; they were just talking and talking. So my career in architecture will take twice as long, maybe three times as long. There’s a struggle at times. All my work is much more peaceful than I am, and maybe the work, in that sense, is trying to find a resolution between what was probably a struggle. I think you have to have conviction and at times completely question everything and anything you do. I loved animals when I was growing up. Not that the monuments aren’t also part of that aesthetic, but the monuments in general draw on a larger social issue. Did you?” And so what you don’t realize, I think, is that some of your teachers are actually closer in age to you than you think. The AIA was wonderful, you know, the arts groups were. This radical reinvention of the memorial concept will be Maya Lin’s final work in the memorial genre. She went to Yale University and she is married to Daniel Wolf. It goes back to diversity and variety. Sometimes you have to stop thinking. Mariana Cook (American, born 1955) 91.5 × 81.3 cm (36 × 32 in.) But yet I feel much better as I’ve hit the 40’s, so to speak — it’s sort of frightening to say — that I’m more whole because I understand. They realized later on that they should be preserving more of the old than the new, but by that time it was too late. It was tough, and yet I wouldn’t have wanted to go anywhere else. Kent Cooper (of Cooper, Lecky, the architects of record) came up to me before my first meeting and he said, “Now be prepared. And I knew it when I saw the site. When you’re young you’re so idealistic and you’re so headstrong, or at least I was. Because I don’t see anything that I do as a static object in space. I am actually glad I didn’t have any of that. Sometimes I think I’ll never do another piece again. Another summer was Nabokov. It’s like, open it up for a while. So your cemeteries are habitable, I mean, they’re parks. It took us 30 or 40 years to get to that point! I studied like crazy. I was always making things. Nothing is ever a sure thing and all that came before doesn’t predicate what you might do next. In fact, that was the only teacher, I think, that really disliked me, and I disliked her just as much. I deliberately keep a tiny studio. Architecture, the monuments, it’s a symbolic function, but it’s still you’re solving a problem. Maya Ying Lin (林瓔), née le 5 octobre 1959 à Athens, est une artiste et architecte américaine connue pour son travail en sculpture et en landscape art.Ses ouvrages les plus connus sont le Vietnam Veterans Memorial de Washington et le Civil Rights Memorial de Montgomery That’s valuable. And the only clue that I had to what I had made was that for the final clip you invite visiting architects to critique your work and then you get up and you present. Maya Lin, a Chinese American, was born in Athens, Ohio. They, I think, in turn, were hurt that I didn’t ever seem interested in their lives. I want the exalted.” And I think it was a very modern notion in a national capital to list all the names. In his last year in office, 2016, the president recognized Maya Lin’s achievements with the nation’s highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom. We understand your design for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial grew out of your senior project at Yale. Maya Lin: I think there are two things going on. Even in high school you were a kind of super achiever, taking college courses. Maya Lin: Neither. The idea is there. I don’t work it and work it and work it. For the way I work, absolutely. As a student, competitions are how you were — they’re what you do as a good exercise. Because I think for both art and architecture, you have your whole life ahead of you. Secretary Watt withheld ground breaking until a technical compromise was met. That’s what I actually thought was really fun. So if you want to rip it apart at the eleventh hour and start all over again you never finish. So I would take summer breaks, in between work, and then I would just devour books voraciously. Artist and architect Maya Lin and her husband, art dealer and collector Daniel Wolf, have set out to transform the Yonkers City Jail into a space for artists. But at the other hand, it’s Athens High, and it was tough to fit in, and I was aware of that by the time I hit my senior year. Because in Europe spaces are so tight that you, you have multiple uses. She coped with the painful controversy by returning to Yale as a graduate student. I never took one extracurricular activity. It’s more like how humanity deals with mortality in the built form. That’s art to me. de Young Museum in San Francisco. Maya Ying Lin sinh ngày 5 tháng 10 năm 1959 tại Athens, Ohio, Hoa Kỳ, là nghệ sĩ và nhà thiết kế kiến trúc nổi tiếng về công trình điêu khắc và nghệ thuật phong cảnh.Bà nổi tiếng vì đã thiết kế Đài tưởng niệm Chiến tranh Việt Nam ở Washington, D.C. One time I made this incredible powder, flash powder, and I made way too much of it. And I don’t know if it was because I was different. It’s not going to win. But you do these things because you personally believe in it. I think as a little girl there was a bit of a China doll sort of syndrome. If we’re going to be making pesticides illegal in this country, but then shipping those same chemicals down to other countries because they don’t have as strict an environmental law, that is a crime. I want to remain as an artist building either sculptures or architectural works. And yet we have no mechanisms to govern on an international level really. I didn’t fit in in high school at all. I think it happened with the first generation of a certain era. In 2009, his first year in office, President Barack Obama awarded Maya Lin the National Medal of Arts. I think that’s Chinese. And that’s what makes it art, that it has no rules, that it’s so individualized in that sense. So every memorial in its time has a different goal. I decided to work with a group of students, and what we really wanted to study was funereal architecture. The architecture, you’re definitely making art, but it’s surrounded by a problem solving. We didn’t want to go out. Maya Lin is an American architect and artist who rose to prominence with her design of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. Know more about her childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline in this biography Some artists want to invoke thought. And basically what does that mean? No one else would touch me. I think a lot of the architectural works will deal with being environmentally sensitive, sustainable, using solar passive cooling. So when I came back to Yale — I don’t know how this conversation came up, but we all — there were a few of us that thought a course as our senior seminar that focused on the architecture of death essentially would be really interesting. My brother to this day hasn’t forgiven me that I didn’t take a history course. I mean ironically, the work is much more peaceful. And I think creativity and my artistic drive emanates from that childhood. We have to take responsibility and we have to start solving these problems on a global outlook. I’m more at peace. The families of the fallen leave mementos at the wall, and veterans maintain a constant vigil there. What did you learn from it? When I was very little, we would get letters from China, in Chinese, and they’ be censored. I did a library for the Children’s Defense Fund. All Rights Reserved. That was a huge goal. I love figuring out puzzles. How can I become an artist?”. I think 30 years ago, it was more like, “Oh, let’s make you comfortable in your new climate. Like say, for instance, when I was building the Vietnam Memorial, because I never once asked the veterans, any of the group that I was working with, “What was it like in the war?” Because from my point of view, you stay reserved. I think if I could do it all over again, I really missed out on some great courses. In high school, two or three of the independent courses I took at the university were teaching myself Fortran, Basic and Cobol. Maya Lin: Always tried to impress the older sibling. “The Wave Field” at the University of Michigan College of Engineering is a pure earth sculpture, made entirely of soil covered with grass, undulating in waves six feet high. They were friends and they were friendly, but I didn’t date. How much of your family’s history were you aware of? I think what makes art valuable is: it is about an individual expressing what they think is a part of them, and variety and difference and clashes is what makes art valuable, that there is no one defining idea of what art is or what it should do. Please contact Museum Rights and Reproductions if you have further information on the rights status of a work contrary or in addition to the information in our records. The saving grace is I still got a fairly solid liberal arts undergraduate education minus the history, which I’m still regretting. In his last year in office, 2016, the president recognized Maya Lin’s achievements with the nation’s highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom. You didn’t just sit down and have some vision spring forth from the inner recesses of your mind. Maya Lin has been in a relationship with Daniel Wolf. How do you think that experience affected you? And it was fun. Maya Ying Lin (born October 5, 1959) is an American architect and sculptor. Now, I deliberately did not read anything about the Vietnam War because I made a judgment, which is very different from civil rights, because I read everything I could on the civil rights era. I liked making explosives. It’s almost a percolation process. And you know, Athens, Ohio, town of 15,000. Our home life was very close knit. Maya Lin Kişisel bilgiler Doğum 5 Ocak 1959 (61 yaşında) Athens, Ohio Vatandaşlık ABD Çalışma ve başarıları Ünlü yapıtları Vietnam Şehitleri Anıtı, Vatandaşlık Hakları Anıtı Maya Ying Lin (d. 5 Ocak 1959), Çin asıllı Amerikalı Peyzaj Sanatı ve Heykel mimarilerinde ün yapmış mimar ve sanatçı. It’s much more individual. Family:She married and had a daughter with art and photography dealer and collector Daniel Wolf. I had spent my junior year abroad in Denmark, and in an architecture studies program, different school. But in a way, I think when you’re doing something in architecture school, you’re doing it for yourself. It happens when I’m at a site sometimes. And so there’s supposed to be this distance, but by the time I was a senior in high school, she was maybe four or five years older than me, maybe a little older. In the first decade of the 21st century, Lin created monumental sculptures, such as “Above and Below,” at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, and “2×4 Landscape,” at the M.H. I think I went through withdrawal when I got out of graduate school. I was lucky as a girl to never ever be thought of as any less than my brother. It was evident when I was a child. I just failed utterly at that level. Help us improve our records by sharing your corrections or suggestions. I really enjoyed my whole educational process. And I started studying what the nature of a monument is and what a monument should be. And I couldn’t hear. And then over that Christmas holiday I was visiting a friend’s uncle — my girlfriend — and we went up to see his house in Vermont, a fairly well-known architect, and he was going to give me advice on my senior portfolio so I could get out and look for a summer job. Maya Lin: Gym. Was there anything you were bad in as a student? And I think it was very interesting. I think again, that is very much a part of my upbringing. The other side of me is solidly pursing art and architecture out of my own drive. Since the early 1980s, she has produced a body of work that led Time magazine to name her one of its “50 for the Future.” Her art has been exhibited around the world, and her architecture has been applauded by the leading critics of our times. We weren’t going to the proms or going to the football games, or doing anything of that nature at all. There’s the fact that I choose to pursue both art and architecture as completely separate fields rather than merging them. Maya Lin: I’m the youngest. Maya has two children: India Wolf and Rachel Wol Maya Lin is … And I’m working on one right now, a bakery for the Grayston Foundation. There’s a show called Topologies that went throughout this country — part of it’s traveling in Europe right now — which deals with a love of nature, naturally occurring phenomenon but seen through a 21st Century lens, the lens of technology. So it was decided the three statues would be what was necessary. Maya Lin: We were unusually brought up in that there was no gender differentiation. If you talk to Asian Americans now, they’re probably brought up bilingual. Maya Lin: I completely understood why there was such a strong opposition to it. You should be exploring things because you want to explore them and learning because you love learning, not worrying about the fact that, “Oh, at this private school only three are gonna go to that school.” That’s tough competition. Maya Lin: Not much. Some artists want to please in a different way. And now we have to think in terms of environmental solutions, in terms of a global outlook. What does the older sibling do? Maya Lin: I was probably the first kid in my high school to go to Yale. “In all my work I have tried to create works that present you with information allowing you the chance to come to your own conclusions; they ask you to think.”. My parents are both college professors, and it made me want to question authority, question standards and traditions. Were you more preoccupied with trying to be American? I really respect people that focus their energies on education, on learning for the sake of learning. People are walking through, people are strolling through. Her inspiring vision has since become the most-visited memorial in the nation’s capital. “Systematic Landscapes,” an installation that brings the experience of her large outdoor works into the gallery space, has been exhibited in New York and Seattle. Her parents immigrated to the United States from People's Republic of China in 1949 and settled in Ohio in 1958, one year before Maya Lin was born. Should it provoke? That’s normally where architectural projects get extremely modified, to put it kindly. So it’s this very strange world that comes together, and connects, and then disconnects. It was about teaching, or learning. It’s a little bit of denial: “I don’t want to see the dead. I think that is very much an Eastern approach. Then you get experience and then you have less conviction. Couples: Speaking from the Heart (San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2000), p. 131. I think the American Dream also represents that we have a responsibility to share it, and to not just sort of hoard that freedom, but hopefully share that freedom with other countries and with people within our own country that don’t have that freedom. I think the whole American adolescence was a lot wilder than I would have felt comfortable with. And then, a year later, when like the millionth visitor came to it, everybody wanted to say hello, that sort of thing. Maya Ying Lin is an American designer and artist who is known for her work in sculpture and land art. If you can afford the time to do graduate and undergraduate, I would broaden your mind in undergrad and then specialize. That’s got to stop. 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