Ann is inspired by the cultural contexts in her life, she correlates the artificial with remembrances of family drama. Sentiment is vital in her works as she questions her personal experiences to construct imposing art. She excavates her lineage by revisiting her family’s experiences. Using archived family photos and stories, familiar symbols, and researched information, Le constructs a narrative that explores the artificial with real and remembered memories. Le’s works are layers of images, building upon each other, often touching on emigration, history, family, and memory. She utilizes a variety of mediums including photography, collage, and illustration. Ann is a working Visual Artist, Educator in Los Angeles.
"Memory can be unreliable and reflects a continuous process of retranslation. remembering the self is not a case of restoring an original identity, but a continuous process of "remembering," of putting together moment by moment, or provisional and partial reconstruction."