[-empyre-] Re: welcoming Young hae Chang Heavy Industries

I just wanted to say that Young hae Chang Heavy
Industry's Cunnilingus in North Korea is one of the
most charming, hilarious, intriguing and flat out mad
pieces of any kind of artwork I've ever seen, with the
best soundtrack. 
I've sent it to many people, as well as experienced it
repeatedly myself. 
I'm really delighted to be hearing more from them.
Deborah Kelly

--- Michael Arnold Mages <marnoldm@du.edu> wrote:
> This month, please join us in welcoming text/sound
> artists Young-Hae Chang
> Heavy Industries, as we discuss their work, as well
> as the environment in
> which their production occurs.  Young-hae Chang and
> Marc Voge produce their
> arresting, tightly synchronized work from Seoul,
> Korea.  Their work can be
> highly personal, confrontational, languorous or
> breathless, but always
> challenges the reader physically and intellectually.
> As the month progresses, we will be joined by other
> practitioners from the
> area, and continue the discussion of the challenges
> and complexities of
> working in Asia.
> Of themselves, they say simply:
> (http://www.yhchang.com) is in Seoul. Its
> C.E.O. is Young-hae Chang, its C.I.O Marc Voge.
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