the other side of silence

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The Other Side of Silence is a body of work shaped by many voices, processes, and representations, including four workshops that I conducted with an intergenerational group of Cambodian refugees and their family members at the Cambodian American Association in Albany Park, Chicago.

The Other Side Of Silence is a responsive artwork, altered by the movement and presence of viewers. The gallery installation is created in conjunction with a site-specific sound mural for the upcoming Killing Fields Exhibition at the Cambodian-American Heritage Museum (slated for Fall 2011).

The Other Side of Silence brings together conceptual and aesthetic strategies from workshops, interviews, research and play.