Who Do You Trust? At The Asian Art Museum
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Trust is complex, personal, and intense. Often it’s hard to express.
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Explore the universal question of what trust means and how we perceive it @AsianArtMuseum this Thursday, April 20 at 6:30 PM. Using new cinematic portraiture techniques and interactive modern dance, you’re asked to consider how our ever-changing society interacts with concepts of trust.
The event includes an installation, featuring a score by Joan Jeanrenaud, that will be screened in the museum’s Samsung Hall on April 18–20 and April 25–26.
David Hodge and Hi-Jin Kang Hodge (Hodge arts) have created video installations for artistic exhibitions around the world. Their pieces typically blend editorial materials and innovative uses of technology to explore complex human and social questions. Above all, they create cohesive work that identifies foundational principles and expands on them through multiple viewpoints.
KAMBARA+DANCERS bridges art and audience through contemporary dance. Choreographer Yayoi Kambara focuses her work on diverse cultural, economic and ethnic differences, creating a space for empathy and dialogue.
WHO DO YOU TRUST?
By David and Hi-Jin Hodge
Thursday, April 20 6:30–9 PM
Free with museum admission