Category Archive for: Arts

Rahsaan Roland Kirk – Volunteered Slavery

This is another reason I LOVE INTERNET! Damn one of my favorite jazz musicians Rahsaan Roland Kirk at your fingertips!!! ENJOY!

Gas Zappers- solo show at Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

This fall is probably the most busiest I have been. Despite having 11 shows and screenings in this season and travel to various places including Boca Raton and Boston giving lectures, I am working my ass off with Ben Abrams and Noah Vawter to finish the Gas Zappers online flash game. We are approaching the…

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Party Headquarters: Voting is Just the Beginning

My work is part of the exhibition “Party Headquarters: Voting is Just the Beginning” curated by Eleanor Heartney and Larry Litt. It is shown at Pratt Manhattan Gallery (144 West 14th Street, New York, NY 10011) with an opening reception on Thursday, September 25, 6 – 8 pm. “Artworks examining diverse artists’ opinions about political…

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Art Asia Pacific feature article by Mr. Paul Laster

Mucho Mucho Gracias for Mr. Paul Laster from Art Asia Pacific (he is also the editor of everybody’s favorite Art Krush) wrote a ten pages spread feature article on my art works. The issues NO. 60 Sept/ Oct 2008 article chronicles every steps of my art career, summarized all the things that I have done…

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Empire and Its Discontents @ Tufts University Gallery

I am invited to participate in this exhibition marking the 30th anniversary of Edward Said’s book Orientalism. I will be there on Sept 18 for the panel discussion and opening receptions too. see ya! Empire and Its Discontents September 11-November 23, 2008 Tisch Gallery- Tufts University Gallery Opening Reception: Thursday, September 18, 2008, 5:30-8:30pm Empire…

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Everybody Is Against Everybody, Somebody Has To Be For Them

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Boycott the presence of Guillermo Vargas Habacuc at the Bienal Centroamericana Honduras 2008

This is a very serious matter… In 2007, the ‘artist’ Guillermo Vargas Habacuc, took a dog from the street, tied him to a rope in an art gallery, and starved him to death. For several days, the ‘artist’ and the visitors of the exhibition have watched emotionless the shameful ‘masterpiece’ based on the dog’s agony,…

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War Stories- Art / New York Times Review / Roberta Smith

“In a group show at Postmasters Gallery last summer the Hong-Kong-born video artist and Web activist Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung made his New York gallery debut with the short video “Because Washington Is Hollywood for Ugly People,â€? whose psychedelic colors and cut-and-paste animation were as visually irresistible as its indictment of the Bush administration was scathing.”…

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We are going to Sundance!!!

This is crazy, I got two short films in the 2008 Sundance! Here I would like to give my million Thanks and Kisses to Noah Vawter, Gemma Shusterman, John Blue and MC Paul Barman for all the support and hardwork. This year the Festival Short Film Program comprises 83 short films representing 17 countries from…

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Our brand new project finally got the Beta going! Yea! Please go and check out all the cheap eats and recipes and please publish your own too :-) Your post can help raise awarenesses to non-profits organization and that’s the prime goal of this project, thats why we gave the charities the prime spot…

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