Dinh Q. Lê is a Vietnamese-American artist that creates work using video, photography, and animation. His work explores Vietnam and its people, contrasting with American perceptions of them. In some works, Lê explores how his actual memory of his native country may be conflated with popular culture. In the woven photograph pictured above, images from iconic American films that took place in Vietnam weave through the Paramount logo. His work questions the ways in which memory and culture are remembered and presented.
NEXT EVENT: Thursday March 26
2:30 a.m.-4 a.m.
Grant Street Studios, Downtown Phoenix campus