Graduate Activities: Lyno Vuth at SA SA BASSAC, Phnom Penh

Traversing Expanses
by Pete Pin, Amy Lee Sanford and Seoun Som
curated by Vuth Lyno
at SA SA BASSAC, Phnom Penh
July 18 – September 6, 2014

 

Pete Pin, Untitled, from series Cambodian Diaspora: Memory, 2014, archival pigment print, 91x152cm.

Traversing Expanses explores and invites dialogue about Cambodian diaspora communities in the United States through works by three Cambodian-American artists: Pete Pin, Amy Lee Sanford and Seoun Som. Each artist challenges the possibilities of the photographic medium and its materiality as an art practice. Traversing Expanses looks at different kind of spaces that each artist attempts to create and navigate in (re)connecting to their own histories and (re)imagining their worlds of meaning.

Lyno Vuth is currently a Fulbright Fellow undertaking an MA in Art History at Binghamton University. He is also an artist, curator, and artistic director of Sa Sa Art Projects. Coming from an international development background, his art practice and research interest center on socially engaged, participatory, and experimental arts.

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Graduate Activities: Tom McDonough featured in “Inside”

Photo by Jonathan Cohen.

“Inside Binghamton” is currently featuring a story on Associate Professor and Chair Tom McDonough‘s visiting professorship at Harvard this fall. McDonough says that the opportunity to teach at Harvard is “an accolade and recognition of the respect of my colleagues which means a huge amount. But it’s also an opportunity for me to bring a culture from Binghamton into that setting.” Follow the link to read more.