The Land of Spirit and Mythology

In A Breath-Nothing Stands Still, Chapter 3

MYTH IN MYTHOLOGIES

Rehearsal in One's Breath. No2

Rehearsal In One's Breath

In One's Breath-Nothing Stand Still. Chapter 2

Hunt the Hunters

In One's Breath-Nothing Stand Still. Chapter 1

In/Visible Borderline. Chapter 2

In/visible Borderline. Chapter 1

A Case Study of an Image

Myth East Mist

From Regeneration To Creation

Protest Against The Void_No2

Protest Against The Void_No1

Physicality

24 Hours Tension

Today- The Death of Cockroach family

1000 Art Objects Which Have Lost Their Context

Utopia

Red Line

Morning Exercise

Celebration of our moment

Celebration Of Our Moment And Love

Celebration of our moment & Farewell party

What's the mom waiting for?

Chasing

From holding to holding

Celebrating of the the end relaxing time

Artist's taste

Let it grows up on

Rice seeds diary

Birds project

changing Identity

Keep it moving on

Changing breath

22398 steps- 35 hours- 45 square meters- 35 Chinese's ink liters

Vienna-Ha Noi

Let come and taste me

The cover no7

The cover no6

The cover no5

The cover no 4

The cover no 3

The cover n02

New coversation

The cover No 1

Massage

talk and talk

The Conception

Growing up

Safety
Myth East Mist
2016

Location: ACC-Asian Culture Center, Gwangju, S.Korea, 2015-2016

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Myth East Mist is based on research about the Vietnamese community in S.Korea, where about 65,000 multicultural Vietnamese–Korean families live. Most of the families consist of Vietnamese brides who have come/brought to S.Korea to marry strange Korean man. Many brides bring their mothers from Vietnam to stay with them, who cannot speak the foreign language, have no friends, and remain isolated.

I rebuilt a grand mother bed room in gallery space where holding their story and homesick marks.

Also, from utilizing the Vietnamese old myths, I create a platform in the gallery space for 50 Vietnamese women in S.Korea where they not only enact a knitting ritual, but also where they can meet each other and share their stories.

The performance uses the ritual and hobby of knitting. As same as the mysterious stories in Vietnam wars about those women who knitted sweaters and scarves to send to their men as a symbol of protection and as a love message.