Li-Ming Hu is an interdisciplinary artist who employs a carnivalesque sensibility, to explore the relationships between cultural production and the construction of subjectivities.
TALES WITH PLENTY OF TWISTS AND TURNS
Jim Melanson. New York Daily News. New York, N.Y.: Jul 24, 2004. pg. 25
Take a walk on the zany side. Visitors to Flux Factory in Sunnyside, Queens, today and tomorrow get to “choose their own adventure” depending on the turns they take inside the Cartnnel, a 1,500-square-foot maze displaying dozens of drawings by graphic novelists, illustrators and cartoonists.
The art tells stories – about a goose, a peg-legged young girl and semi-rich woman – whose outcomes vary according to your path. There also are plot dead-ends, according to the exhibit’s curators.
The exhibit (open 2-8 p.m. both days) is free. Participating artists include Andrea Dezso, Joy Kolitsky, Wendi Koontz, Jason Little, Daupo, Yunmee Kyong, Alex Holden, Vanessa Davis and Woojung Ahn.
Copyright Daily News, L.P. Jul 24, 2004