Residual: Disrupted Choreographies

‘Disrupted Choreographies’ weaves eight contemporary voices from Vietnam who propose alternate narratives between colonial histories, collective behavior, systems of class and the crumbling of ideological thought. This exhibition challenges the relationship between Vietnam and the ‘global’ stage, illustrating an artistic community critical of the historical consciousness that often stands in for its name (ie. the guilt of war; the tourist getaway; the nostalgic colonial). Vietnam is a nation with a significant conscience that has appeared in more televised media than any other global conflict in the 20th Century, its residual...

Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba

Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba is an artist, represented by Mizuma Gallery, Tokyo and Lehmann Maupin, New York...

San Art Laboratory Intensive – Day 2

Today, international curators, writers and collectors are looking towards South East Asia with immense interest. In Vietnam, is our artistic community prepared for this attention? Do we want it? What do we need to be aware of, what do we need to prepare and why? ‘San Art Laboratory Intensive’ is a series of conversations that will attempt to answer these questions, kick-started by particular speakers, but ultimately will be considered successful if our audience is willing with questions and comments! – – – – – Tuesday July 17, 2012 ‘Why...

San Art Laboratory Intensive

‘San Art Laboratory Intensive’ is a series of conversations that will attempt to answer these questions, kick-started by particular speakers, but ultimately will be considered successful if our audience is willing with questions and comments!