Opening Reception for Biomythography: Secret Poetry & Hidden Angers on view August 29 from 6-8PM at the William Roland Gallery of Fine Art with:
White Out History performance by Thinh Nguyen
By whom, for whom, is it written for, and for what reasons? What are the consequences of its erasure or can it even be erase and reversed? The act of erasure eliminate the linguistic evidence, the content of the history itself, as a metaphor for a new kind of history by mark marking, where more than half of the human imagination is being denied. This performance challenges the truth of history as established by documentation and its education. The gesture is a critical approach to culture making without the legitimization and historalization.
Reflexive Remix featured in Campus Times
August 3, 2018
Busy weekend of install: FAR Bazaar
January 23, 2017
Biomythography: Making Visible Opening Reception and Performance at Cerritos College Art Gallery
January 15, 2020
Investigating biomythography as an interdisciplinary visual arts practice.