Based on research conducted around the northeast coastal province of Kangwon in 2006, this presentation explores the destinations featured in 2005), examining the ways in which film and tour site implicate each other and how, amidst escalating political tensions between Korea and Japan in 2005, tourism to Hur's film locations mitigated against nationalist sentiments. Entitled "Cycle of Life: Awakening," the artists explore in image body and memory, physical processes and spiritual awareness, personal identity and the inexorable cycles of life.
At the Opening Reception, each artist will speak about her work, and the Curator will discuss the "Cycle of Life" trilogy.
Qiang Xiao, Director, Berkeley China Internet Project Admission is for the general public, free for I-House residents, members and alumni January 31, 2008 Center for Chinese Studies, International House Free for I-House residents, members and alumni and for the general public.
An examination of the forces at work in shaping the translated canon can serve to illuminate the contours of that relationship. from the Group in Asian Studies at UC Berkeley in 2007, and is currently Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of San Diego.
(Korea Wave) phenomenon, the question less pursued is how Hur's films specifically prescribe the touristic experience and whether this alters the ways in which his films are viewed. Three Asian women artists will be featured in an exhibition at UC Berkeley's IEAS Gallery January 23 through May 15, 2008.
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Qiang Xiao is the Director of Berkeley China Internet Project.
A physicist by training, became a full time human rights activist after the Tiananmen Massacre in 1989.
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