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Art works made from waste exhibited in Dalat
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Art works made from waste exhibited in Dalat

The Saigon Times Daily

The artists and organizers pose for a group photo at the exhibition - PHOTO: COURTESY OF THE ORGANIZER

HCMC - An exhibition titled "Moiland chapter 1" featuring contemporary art works made from waste is being held at The Married Beans workspace in Dalat City in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, the Vietnam News Agency reports.

The art works are created by artists Dae-Hong Kim, Hoang Anh, and Le Phi Long from waste such as water pipes, bottles, pieces of wood, dry leaves and roots, with a message that everything has its feeling and human beings should not ignore it.

Hoang Anh is living and working in Dalat. Focusing on the topic of "connection" since 2004, he uses the technique of placing plastic water pipes, collected from many parts of the world, and painted pictures to describe his thought about his family relationships and contemporary life.

Dae-Hong Kim is from South Korea. As a person who travels and observes the world, he depicts in his works the loneliness that continues to the end with bitter sweet visual languages. Dae-Hong Kim's artistic practices revolve around robotics, video and digital painting techniques and this time he introduces several video pieces, which is the topic he is pursuing.

Le Phi Long is an artist working in HCMC. In this exhibition, he displays a new experiment between the two works "Leaning anchor" and "Hic Domus Est Dei". Both are in a series of study on the composition of Dalat in the early years of the century.

"Moiland chapter 1" is expected to bring contemporary art closer to Dalat audience. It will last until March 3.

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