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:

Everybody Is Against Everybody, Somebody Has To Be For Them

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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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Art in America review by Cathy Lebowitz

June 2008 issue of Art In America is all about arts and politics and my works got a full page review! Thank You Cathy Lebowitz for the great review!

Clinton Advisor: Indianans “Shit”, “Worthless White N*rs”

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Some of my favorites Onion News Network reports

In The Know: How Can We Make The War In Iraq More Eco-Friendly? Home Depot Honors Fallen Soldiers With Great Prices On Tools Diebold Accidentally Leaks Results Of 2008 Election Early Army Holds Annual ‘Bring Your Daughter To War’ Day 9/11 Conspiracy Theories ‘Ridiculous,’ Al Qaeda Says

Nintendo go Politico!

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The Futures of Internet, NYU lecture

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New York Times review by Ken Johnson

Published April 25, 2008 Looking at Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung’s art is like peeking into the fever dream of an overworked political blogger. Mr. Hung, 31, is a fierce, funny and inventive political satirist. In a John Heartfield meets Monty Python style, his animated, neon-hued, cut- and-paste montages gleefully skewer all comers left and right, including…

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