Opening: 17.07@9 – 10 AM
Exhibition on view until 21.08
Location: HCMC Eye Hospital
280 Điện Biên Phủ,
Ho Chi Minh City
Within the project ‘Unconditional Belief’, Art Labor collective organize the program ‘Exploring Art with Eyes & Colors’ at HCMC Eye Hospital.
This is a series of art classes, which are designed specifically for children inpatients at Pediatrics Department – the inpatients under the age of 15 who are operated, treated and cared at the hospital in 3-5 days. Having decreased vision, these children observe the...
Location: Sàn Art
3 Mê Linh, Binh Thanh
Art Labor will share how ‘Unconditional Belief’ started as a kind of laboratory of ideas that began with a particular hypotheses about simultaneous belief in modern medicine and spiritual healing. This artist collective of 3 will share how their original hypotheses changed as a result of undertaking research into such things as ophthalmology*, to the story of illiteracy in Vietnam and the creation of a Vietnamese modern alphabetic script, to the occurrence of the ‘Magic Garden’ in...
Art Labor = art + laboratory = art + workforce
Art Labor, with 3 core members, visual artists Truong Cong Tung, Phan Thao Nguyen and curator/ writer Arlette Quynh-Anh Tran, work in between visual arts, social and life sciences in order to produce alternative non-formal knowledge via artistic and cultural activities.
Opening: 27.02.2014 @6pm
Exhibition on view until 29.04.2014
Location: Sàn Art
3 Me Linh, Binh Thanh
“The traditional analysis of knowledge […] takes knowledge to be a species of belief—specifically, justified true belief.” (Eric Schwitzgebel)
“[…] (dominant among psychologists and psychiatrists), delusions are belief states – it is an important diagnostic feature of delusions that they can lead to action and that they can be reported with conviction, and thus that they behave as typical beliefs.” (Lisa Bortolotti)
Belief has been one of the broadest and most debatable topics...
Opening: 16.12.2013 @2pm
Linh Trung department,
D. Thu Duc, HCMc
Taking examples from the artworks produced in the project ‘Unconditional Belief’, which examines people’s belief in both modern medicine and ideas of the supernatural simultaneously, two artists Truong Cong Tung and Phan Thao Nguyen will showcase how the social, religious, scientific and linguistic icons are transformed and interpreted in form of artworks.
Cong Tung has been investigating the ‘Magic Garden’ in Long An for years. His research results in many questions on people’s conditions, those whose...