The artists in San Art Laboratory session 6 have just concluded their residency with the group exhibition ‘Choose to move’. Orawan Arunrak distilled various dreams of owning any place in Vietnam in her small pink paintings. Tran Tuan who was followed persistently by the consequences of past choices contemplated the haunting problem anew with his very first experimental video. Ta Minh Duc also followed a legend of survival and; with his videos he questioned the power of self-awareness, in parallel attempted a solution for the conflict between nature and human...
Opening: 12.05.2015 @10.30 AM – 6.30 PM
Exhibition on view until 06.04.2019
Location: Saigon Domaine
1057 Binh Quoi,
Ward 28, Binh Thanh
San Art is pleased to present the works of resident artists Tran Tuan, Orawan Arunrak, and Ta Minh Duc from session 6 of our San Art Laboratory program. The exhibition is an investigation into the power of self reflection juxtaposed against distinctive social and historical contexts in Vietnam.
Tran Tuan (Hue) once again responds to the family story that has persistently followed his life and practice, only this...
Lab 6: Open Studio 1 & Workshop with Fernanda Eugénio & Gustavo Ciríaco (Brazil)
4 PM: SITE-SPECIFIC PRACTICES: PERFORMING THE SPACE
with Fernanda Eugénio & Gustavo Ciríaco (Brazil)
Where: San Art Laboratory, 40/18 Pham Viet Chanh, Binh Thanh, HCMc
This workshop is an introduction to site-specific artistic practices, which use the space, its location, characteristics and particularities (in terms of habits, architecture, circulation and cultural patterns) as the basis for the creation of performative work. The aim is to explore the downtown area of Ho Chi Minh City and...
Tran Tuan (b. 1981) grew up in Hue, graduated from Hue Fine Art University in 2006. He opened a lacquer factory named Then Studio which later became Then Café. His practice is influenced greatly by the untold stories of his family.
Tran Tuan started creating artwork from 2010, and participated in a number of exhibitions such as “Nang Bong Nhe Tech” in 2011, exhibition “May bien the” in 2012 and exhibition “Nam Hoang De” in 2013. His recent series ‘2 forefingers’ was chosen for Singapore Biennale 2013...