Friday, June 29, 2007

Ly Hoang Ly Performance

The visual artist, performance artist, and poet, Ly Hoang Ly, daughter of the great poet and translator Hoang Hung, is one of 10 contemporary Vietnamese women artists who have art works in a exhibition tour, "Changing Identity," that will be touring the U.S. for the next two years. On July 11th at 7:00 pm, the exhibition will open at Mills College Art Museum, Oakland, CA, and Ly Hoang Ly will present her work along with curator Nora Taylor.

4 Comments:

At 1:58 PM, Blogger German said...

i read you are comming to argentina, hope to see u read or something. would you like to visit my blog where i translate and write my own poetry?
www.dasbald.wordpress.com

 
At 9:25 PM, Blogger Kathleen said...

I saw Ly Hoang Ly's work and performance at Mills last night. Really enjoyed how she pushes boundaries and engages the audience. In conversation, it's clear that she considers that participation and change a marker of a work's success. My husband took some great photos and would like to send them to her, if you could advise.

 
At 9:30 PM, Blogger Kathleen said...

I saw Ly Hoang Ly's work and performance last night at Mills, and enjoyed how she pushes boundaries and engages the audience. In later discussion it became clear that broader involvement, response and change is part of how she gauges the success of a work. My husband took some excellent photos that he would like to send them to her, if you could advise...

 
At 6:49 AM, Blogger Paul Hoover said...

Dear Kathleen: I would be glad to put you in contact with Hoang Ly. I'm sure she would appreciate having the pictures. Please contact me at viridian@hotmail.com so that we can make those arrangements. I am a friend of her father, Hoang Hung, and had my first personal meeting with her the other evening at Mills.

 

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