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From Drawing to Reconciliation: The Asian Father Interview Project
July 1st, 2018Type: Opinion
Author: 侯昱寬 Editor: Rikey Tenn
Note: Ho Chun-Ming embarked on his "The Asian Father Interview Project" in 2008, after which he started to visit various cities, through interviewing and drawing/painting, to construct a series of creative projects to examine himself. In the late April 2018, at the invitation of Amy Cheng and Nathalie Boseul Shin who curated the third phase of Towards Mysterious Realities at the Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Ho went to South Korea for a two-month residency to conduct interviews, research, and to create a Seoul version of "The Asian Father." With "The Seoul Edition" as a new leaf, how would Ho, as a son and father, depict those similar yet distinctive Asian families.
侯俊明將受訪者的內容轉為圖像與文字; photo courtesy of artist
侯俊明請受訪者金道泳填寫問卷; photo courtesy of artist
侯俊明請受訪者金槿源填寫問卷; photo courtesy of artist
亞洲人的父親: 首爾篇, 元千秀之父; photo courtesy of artist