Portrait of a ChengLong Villager – Exhibited in “Waterland” in Fremantle, Australia

This image and 11 other of my portraits will be included in a sound exhibition by Yen-ting, Hsu, entitled "Sounds Delicious".

This image and 11 other of my portraits of ChengLong villagers will be included in a sound art exhibition by Yen-ting Hsu, entitled “Sounds Delicious”.

This exhibit from May 4 -17, 2015 is from Hsu’s residency at ChengLong Wetlands International Environmental Art Project in 2012. She is now an artist in residence at the Fremantle Art Center.  She selected 12 portraits of Chenglong villagers I took between 2012 and 2015. “Sounds Delicious” investigates how food is grown in ChengLong Village, Taiwan. For more information on Hsu’s exhibition, go to https://fac.org.au/events/680/waterland?pid=58 For more information on the ChengLong Wetlands International Environmental Art Project curated by Jane Ingram Allen go to http://artproject4wetland.wordpress.com

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