A Poetry Of Post-conceptual Re-Voyage To Puppetry-Humanity Continuum
Art Genre: A Preformance Art Piece
Theme: Control? Independence?
Questions: What is meant by the word'control? '
What is meant by he word'Independence? '
What is meant by the word'puppetry in contemporary life condition? '
What is meant by the word'humanity in contemporary philospphy? '
Redefining the concepts'control, independeence' in the form of puppetry and humanity development in contemporary life condition in terms of critical idioms in intellectual and aesthetic modifications, reflecting current world issues such as democratization, democracy, control and ethics, independence and liberation and meditation in post-colonial periods and trends.
Reinvestigating and revisiting the working definitions of control, independence, especially in post-colonial era of raising the zone of questions and challenges which are composing, constructing or deconstructing the quotidian life styles and conditions, moment-to-moment decision making systems, post-conceptual poetry of revoyage to an old-fashioned cultural paradigm.
This is an issue-raising performance art, which is together withthe injection of the reality-stricken poetry and reality-focused poetic moments.
Poet, Performance Artist, Art Critic and Educator
11: 45 AM: February 10,2012
Conceptual Art Exibition in the dark gallery room
Myanar Ink Gallery, Yangon, Myanmar
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