Posts Tagged “An-My Lê”

Part 3 – Poetic Politic: An Agitated Butterfly Searches the Internet

11.06.2012  |  By
Filed under: Field Notes

This is the last of a three-part conversation between Vietnam-based curator and Sàn Art Director Zoe Butt and art historian and writer Moira Roth. See below for links to previous posts.

Moira Roth, email; Thursday, September 27, 2012; Berkeley, California
And now let us return to an exchange about your exhibition in San Francisco!

Can you tell me... More

Part 2 – Poetic Politic: Reflections in the Sky

10.24.2012  |  By
Filed under: Field Notes

Zoe Butt, email; Sunday, September 27, 2012
Greetings from the air — somewhere over the Pacific Ocean, I imagine — moving from Bangkok to Fukuoka to Kitakyushu.

I am sitting in the dark and trying to work out where my time is inside my body. I think it’s quite confused. The head is a swirl of visual similarities where geography starts to me... More

Poetic Politic: Reflections in Berlin

10.12.2012  |  By
Filed under: Miscellany

Part 1 of a conversation between Vietnam-based curator and Sàn Art Director Zoe Butt and art historian and writer Moira Roth.

Vandy Rattana, Bomb Ponds, 2009

Moira Roth, email; Saturday, September 21, 2012; Berkeley, California

After the pleasure of spending time with you recently in the Bay Area, while you were visiting here, I love it that we ... More

Small Wars

04.25.2008  |  By
Filed under: One on One

[In what will become a regular feature, we'll invite a local writer, artist, visitor, or observer to respond in whatever manner they choose (given the limits of blog-hosting technology) to an exhibition, public program, film, or object on view. In this first installment, poet Eleni Stecopoulos reflects on the An-My Lê exhibition, Small Wars, on vie... More