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A big congratulations to the three artists who made it! In August we have Đạt Vũ (Ho Chi Minh City), a young photographer re-exploring his country’s deep-rooted relationship with spirituality and superstition. In September we have Hoàng Thanh Vĩnh Phong (Hoi An), a senior artist working across multiple media and ideas, with exquisite techniques and a sharp conceptual approach. In November we have Lê Thế Lãm (Ho Chi Minh City), a painter re-working the formal characteristics of one of art’s oldest languages to ponder on the meaning of life and existence – we couldn’t ask for more.

Muted Conversations’ is an ongoing project by Dat Vu that explores the spirituality and superstitions surrounding rituals in Vietnam today. His photographic series includes both staged and candid images taken during his extensive travels across the country. These images reveal how Vietnamese people, across diverse regions, perform rites and rituals in sacred spaces and in daily life; these photographs hinting at the subliminal differences between rural and urban life; between public and private space; between understanding ourselves as observers, voyeurs or provocateurs.

Paradise Lost’ by Hoàng Thanh Vĩnh Phong (b. 1971) invites us into a world where the familiar is made strange, the mundane mythologised and the symbolic re-arranged. Through the shifting of shape and twisting of material, images and objects from the everyday are taken out of context, heightened with a sense of ambiguity, asking us to look beyond what our first glance has to offer.

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