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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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Democracy in America: The National Campaign

My works is part of this huge show “Democracy in America: The National Campaign” curated by Mr. Nato Thompson. Mine is gonna be in the CONVERGENCE CENTER AT PARK AVENUE ARMORY: Creative Time is pleased to announce the largest public art initiative in its 34-year history, Democracy in America: The National Campaign. A multifaceted project…

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Political Circus: A – 3 Ring Reflection on the 2008 Election Campaigns

Political Circus is comprised of three components (or rings) assembled together to present contemporary popular culture, art influenced by the current presidential election, and art reflecting politically motivated works of the past few decades. RING I: Hating Hillary, Baiting Barack, and Mocking McCain presents a wide array of promotional and anti-promotional political materials selected to…

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Beijing Olympics

Have you guys watch the delayed, edited Beijing Olympics opening on NBC last night? The movable type printing scene is just incredible! Zhang Yimou and Tan Dun really did a great job (I wish I have 300 million to make art). I cannot get over the huge LED scroll. I was hanging out with my…

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Vote for George W Bush one last time!

One last chance you can vote for Dubya! Be Patriotic! Freedom is NOT Free! Perform your civic duty protect your civil rights! Haha, I signed the petition to rename the Oceanside Water Pollution Control Plant as the “George W. Bush Sewage Plant” too and I am so happy they make it on the ballot :-)…

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Some of my upcoming exhibitions and screenings

Solo Show: “Gas Zappers“, Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley CA October 30, 2008 – February 2009 Group Shows: “Political Circus“, Florida Atlantic University Art Gallery, Boca Raton, Florida September 5 – November, 2008 “Empire and Its Discontents“, Tufts University Art Gallery, Medford, MA September 11 – November 23, 2008 “Party Headquarters“, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Pratt Institute,…

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Indulgence and Redemption in Contemporary Art: Murakami vs. Hung

I googled my name (hahah can’t resist) and this review written by Mr. Frank Pasquale shown up, very interesting topic comparing my works to Takashi Murakami, here’s a snippet: “Murakami’s current work often feels weightless and unmoored, a natural consequence of his failure to emphasize the dark side of an increasingly marketized society. Some may…

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My short film “Because Washington Is Hollywood For Ugly People” is screening at the OUTFEST 2008! It is in the Platinum Shorts section. It is a very rare chance that you can see this on big screen so if you have time and live in the LaLaLand please check it out. More Info:

Bandwidth hogs face limits on Internet use

Those greedy muthafuckers come back with their blood sucking teeth again. Anybody know how we can fight for this besides boycotting? No wonder Microsoft team up with Google and other digital giants to propose sending high-speed net traffic over America’s television white spaces to ensure their revenues and shed power off from wired cable companies.…

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