nguyễn trinh thi

video and moving image works

Spring Comes Winter After (2008)

Using footage from the public funeral of an important poet who was banned for decades in Vietnam, this video is connected to the political and historical situation of the country, provoking some questions still impermissible to be asked publicly in present-day Vietnam. What if one can play history in reverse and then replay it again?

You can watch this video by clicking this link: ‘Spring Comes Winter After’ on VIMEO

Single channel video, 4:30 loop, color, sound

 

Click here to WATCH THE VIDEO: https://vimeo.com/101999214

‘PLUS/ Memories and Beyond – 10 Solo Exhibitions by 10 Asian Artists’, Kuandu Biennale 2010, Taipei

‘No Soul For Sale 2’, Tate Modern, London 2010

‘LIM DIM’, Stenersen Museum, Oslo, Norway 2009

“Time Ligaments”, 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Hong Kong 2009

Read Zoe Butt’s essay for Kuandu Biennale 2010

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