30 Jan 2014 - 15 Feb 2014
Toulouse | Festival Made in Asia | focus on Viet Nam
- Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba’s work is lyrical, fascinating and profound. In his underwater films or in Breathing is free: 12,756.3, his new project in which the artist plans to run 12,756 kms. around the world, saturated colours, choreographic movements and a hypnotic soundtrack mingle. The questions of history, culture and identity in globalization are always present.
- Tiffany Chung’s cartographic and installation works examine conflict, migration, urban progress and transformation in relation to history and cultural memory, exploring the recovery and growth of specific cities that were traumatized by war or natural disaster. Chung’s early colorful photographic work fabricates fictive scenarios with multilayered narratives where the psychosis of contemporary culture is playfully provoked.
- Maika Elan recently obtained an award at the World Press Photo in Amsterdam. Her magnificent portraits of homosexual couples, photographed in their apartments, reveal an artist whose universal language radiates a very Asian sensitivity.
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