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Phuc Le

Title & Date: Untitled (After Daft Punk 2) (2012)
Material: Xerox print
Dimensions: 48" x 36"

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"Untitled (After Daft Punk 2)" by Phuc Le

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"Untitled (after Daft Punk 2)" is part of an ongoing photographic series titled So Hip!, spanning from 2007 to the present. In each photograph, Le dresses his father in an outfit from his own wardrobe, in order to emulate youth fashion. The series evolved from commenting on cultural commodity to connecting with family. In its current state, Le finds beauty in making these images as a chronological catalog of self-portraits, simultaneously, of both himself and his father.

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  1. Todd Florio bid $25.00 on 2012-11-23 18:10:24

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Description: Untitled (after Daft Punk 2) is part of an ongoing photographic series titled So Hip!, spanning from 2007 to the present. In each photograph, Le dresses his father in an outfit from his own wardrobe, in order to emulate youth fashion. The series evolved from commenting on cultural commodity to connecting with family. In its current state, Le finds beauty in making these images as a chronological catalog of self-portraits, simultaneously, of both himself and his father.

Artist Biography: Focusing on social structures, mainly human connections and relationships that exist in his multi-faceted consciousness, Phuc Le makes chromogenic prints through a performative approach towards portraiture—utilizing a combination of analog and digital photography. Being part participant and part observer, he explores the limbo space between an insider and an outsider of cultures, gender, and systems. Though his work is ever evolving in ideas and media-of-practice, he is presently fixated on: technology in relation to sub-communities, the collective formation of a New-American identity, and trending culture in mainstream and underground media. Born in Vietnam (1985) and developed in Orange County/Los Angeles, Le is currently living and producing work in New York City, as a 2012 Artist-in-Residence at Flux Factory, through a fellowship from the New York Community Trust.