R.I.P. Bettie Page

Bettie Page dies at 85; pinup queen played a key role in the sexual revolution of the 1960s and later became a cult figure By Louis Sahagun December 12, 2008 Bettie Page, the brunet pinup queen with a shoulder-length pageboy hairdo and kitschy bangs whose saucy photos helped usher in the sexual revolution of the…

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Two new piece of works available at PULSE Miami

I have been working on some new pieces relating to this financial turmoil. Also I started a new series of works based on our new president-elect Obama. Below is the first piece of that series, click on the title or image to read the full description: title: HOPE he can CHANGE this shit! year: 2008…

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Libération reviews by Marie Lechner

French newspaper Libération did write ups of my Residential Erection piece. The art critics Marie Lechner gave me my first international art interview way back in year 2002 for my project! Hope one day we can have brunch in Paris, Merci Beaucoup Marie! Here’s an online version of the article.

EL PAIS review by Roberta Bosco and Stefano Caldana

Gas Zappers was reviewed by Spaniards newspaper El Pais! Mucho Gracias por Roberta Bosco and Stefano Caldana for writing a wonderful review on Gas Zappers! Here’s an online version. They also wrote about my other project before, here’s their review from 2003.

San Francisco Bay Guardian review by Glen Helfand

THANK YOU SO MUCH for Mr. Glen Helfand for reviewing the Gas Zappers show in Berkeley Art Museum! I love this quote: “The most attractive aspect of Gas Zappers’ video version is its amped-up lucidity. Hung may be trafficking in environmental activism, but his vision of green takes on the gloriously corrosive hue of antifreeze.…

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“Midori-san” the blogging plant

A potted plant at a cafe near Tokyo, Japan is entertaining customers by writing a regular blog about its feelings. It is the work of a university engineer who has been studying how to communicate with plants. He devised a sensor which he attached to the plant named “Midori-san” that measures bio-electric signals. These are…

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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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Oceans are ‘too noisy’ for whales

By Richard Black (original article) Environment correspondent, BBC News website Levels of noise in the world’s oceans are causing serious problems for whales, dolphins and other marine mammals, a report warns. The International Fund for Animal Welfare (Ifaw) says undersea noise blocks animals’ communication and disrupts feeding. Naval sonar has been implicated in the mass…

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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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