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Duy Hoang, Father in Firecrackers, 2014

Performance; 6:40
Ink on paper; dimensions variable

Piano: Soo Yoon Kim
Production: Olivia Stanislas
Documentation: Eileen Ryan

EE.UU.

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_Thomas Erben Gallery

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EE.UU. 

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_Thomas Erben Gallery

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Duy Hoang, 42° 38’ 9.313” N 71° 19’ 1.581” W, 2014

Mixed media, paint, tape, rope; Dimensions variable

— installation view at 119 Gallery
full project view [here]

On Permanence and Change « Thomas Erben Gallery – New York, NY

New exhibition, with new work, opens next Tuesday.

42° 38’ 9.313” N 71° 19’ 1.581” W

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42° 38’ 9.313” N 71° 19’ 1.581” WDuy Hoang6.09 > 6.28R: 6.13 > 5:00p1/ Acknowledging the given space [119 Gallery]1a/ Find landmarks1ai/ Marks/holes/labels from previous exhibition [Perspectives VI]1aii/ Scars of the given space1aiii/ The given space1b/ Marking the given space with indicators1bi/ See [2],[3]2/ Setting up rules and increments2a/ Using Metric and U.S. Standard unit measurements2b/ Using relative/body/object measurements2bi/ Measure to the length of an object2bii/ Repeat process to create increments2biii/ Relate process for each set of indicators2c/ Using colors2ci/ Relate color for each set of indicators2cii/ Repeat shape for each color2d/ Using the given space2di/ See [1a], [1b]2dii/ Walls/floor/ceiling/floating wall/light fixtures/windows2diii/ Given objects from given space2diiii/ Given objects from basement of given space2e/ Repurpose materials as indicators2ei/ Indicators, see [3a]2eii/ Materials from studio2eiii/ Materials from given space3/ Responding/intervening the given space with rules3a/ Indicators3ai/ Tape/paper/pins, etc. see [2e]3aii/ Color relations, see [2c]3aiii/ Increment relations, see [2a],[2b]3b/ Placing indicators into the given space3bi/ In relations to landmarks found in the given space, see [1a]3bii/ Images from given space3c/ Responding to the given space3ci/ Apply indicators in the given space3cii/ Let the given space shape the indicators’ expansion3ciii/ Let the indicators build in the given space3ciiii/ Let more rules/space be discovered beyond this initial process3ciiiii/ Acknowledge/aware of the given space, see [1]
duy-h.com[duyhart@gmail.com]119gallery.org[email@119gallery.org]119 Chelmsford Street, Lowell, MA 01851

42° 38’ 9.313” N 71° 19’ 1.581” W
Duy Hoang


6.09 > 6.28
R: 6.13 > 5:00p

1/ Acknowledging the given space [119 Gallery]
1a/ Find landmarks
1ai/ Marks/holes/labels from previous exhibition [Perspectives VI]
1aii/ Scars of the given space
1aiii/ The given space
1b/ Marking the given space with indicators
1bi/ See [2],[3]

2/ Setting up rules and increments
2a/ Using Metric and U.S. Standard unit measurements
2b/ Using relative/body/object measurements
2bi/ Measure to the length of an object
2bii/ Repeat process to create increments
2biii/ Relate process for each set of indicators
2c/ Using colors
2ci/ Relate color for each set of indicators
2cii/ Repeat shape for each color
2d/ Using the given space
2di/ See [1a], [1b]
2dii/ Walls/floor/ceiling/floating wall/light fixtures/windows
2diii/ Given objects from given space
2diiii/ Given objects from basement of given space
2e/ Repurpose materials as indicators
2ei/ Indicators, see [3a]
2eii/ Materials from studio
2eiii/ Materials from given space

3/ Responding/intervening the given space with rules
3a/ Indicators
3ai/ Tape/paper/pins, etc. see [2e]
3aii/ Color relations, see [2c]
3aiii/ Increment relations, see [2a],[2b]
3b/ Placing indicators into the given space
3bi/ In relations to landmarks found in the given space, see [1a]
3bii/ Images from given space
3c/ Responding to the given space
3ci/ Apply indicators in the given space
3cii/ Let the given space shape the indicators’ expansion
3ciii/ Let the indicators build in the given space
3ciiii/ Let more rules/space be discovered beyond this initial process
3ciiiii/ Acknowledge/aware of the given space, see [1]


duy-h.com
[duyhart@gmail.com]

119gallery.org
[email@119gallery.org]
119 Chelmsford Street, Lowell, MA 01851

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Duy Hoang, It Was Very Generous of You to Hold a Funeral For Me, 2014

Mixed media, drywall, concrete, plant; 152” x 90” x 120”


— installation view at Howard Art Project

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Duy Hoang, Ulysses Contract, 2014

Plant, rope, bucket, water; 165” x 35” x 71”


— installation view at Howard Art Project

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Rigor Mortis from Duy Hoang on Vimeo.

Duy Hoang, Rigor Mortis, 2013

Video; 3:46

Recto and Verso2.28-3.21  /  Reception: 2.28  6-8pHoward Art Project / 1486 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester MA_
“I would like some bad acting and wrong thinking.”-Dave HickeyFrivolity & UnctionThe group exhibition ”Recto and Verso”, featuring the works of Charlie Crowell, Garrett Gould, Duy Hoang, Gordon Holden, Grace Jackson, Tyler Murphy, Alicia Riccio, and Sena Wataya. This assembled group of artists were united under the former art critic Dave Hickeys seminal essay Frivolity & Unction. While each artist has a distinct approach to their practice, these works explore and challenge established conceptions of the everyday—perceptions of space, the humanity of object-hood, the unearthing and debunking of myths and ultimately the act of viewing. Together these practices result in a combination of objects and imagery that exist on the verge of allegory. The exhibition calls for a reorientation of perspective and a reconsideration of an assumed truth.The individuals featured interest exhibition can be further investigated here:Charlie Crowell: www.lookcharlie.comGarrett Gould: www.cargocollective.com/garrettgouldsculpture Duy Hoang: www.duydhoang.comGordon Holden: www.gordonholden.comGrace Jackson: www.cargocollective.com/gracejackson Tyler Murphy: www.murphyprojects.tumblr.com Alicia Riccio: www.cargocollective.com/aliciariccioSena Wataya: www.senawataya.com

Recto and Verso
2.28-3.21  /  Reception: 2.28  6-8p
Howard Art Project / 1486 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester MA

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I would like some bad acting and wrong thinking.
-Dave Hickey
Frivolity & Unction

The group exhibition ”Recto and Verso”, featuring the works of Charlie Crowell, Garrett Gould, Duy Hoang, Gordon Holden, Grace Jackson, Tyler Murphy, Alicia Riccio, and Sena Wataya. This assembled group of artists were united under the former art critic Dave Hickeys seminal essay Frivolity & Unction. While each artist has a distinct approach to their practice, these works explore and challenge established conceptions of the everyday—perceptions of space, the humanity of object-hood, the unearthing and debunking of myths and ultimately the act of viewing. Together these practices result in a combination of objects and imagery that exist on the verge of allegory. The exhibition calls for a reorientation of perspective and a reconsideration of an assumed truth.

The individuals featured interest exhibition can be further investigated here:

Charlie Crowell: www.lookcharlie.com
Garrett Gould: www.cargocollective.com/garrettgouldsculpture
Duy Hoang: www.duydhoang.com
Gordon Holden: www.gordonholden.com
Grace Jackson: www.cargocollective.com/gracejackson
Tyler Murphy: www.murphyprojects.tumblr.com
Alicia Riccio: www.cargocollective.com/aliciariccio
Sena Wataya: www.senawataya.com

Recto and Verso

_ Final touches with a little help

Recto and Verso

_ Logistic discussion before our installation at Howard Art Project

/ Photos by Sena Wataya