Posts Tagged: absence

Kosal Khiev and Fiona Mahurin Collaboration

Exiled Fiona Mahurin, Kosal Khiev The face sculpture and spoken word recordings, exhibited at CAMBODIA: DROP BY DROP YOU WILL FEEL THE WATER, together represent the beginning of a collaboration between Fiona Mahurin and Khmer Exiled American poet, Kosal Khiev

Kosal Khiev and Fiona Mahurin Collaboration

Exiled Fiona Mahurin, Kosal Khiev The face sculpture and spoken word recordings, exhibited at CAMBODIA: DROP BY DROP YOU WILL FEEL THE WATER, together represent the beginning of a collaboration between Fiona Mahurin and Khmer Exiled American poet, Kosal Khiev

POET, TATTOO ARTIST & SURVIVOR OF THE U.S. PRISON SYSTEM

Born in a Thai refugee camp, Kosal’s family fled to the U.S in 1981. Kosal’s family left the aftermath of the Khmer Rouge war for the promise of peace and prosperity in America. Instead of the American dream, Kosal’s family

POET, TATTOO ARTIST & SURVIVOR OF THE U.S. PRISON SYSTEM

Born in a Thai refugee camp, Kosal’s family fled to the U.S in 1981. Kosal’s family left the aftermath of the Khmer Rouge war for the promise of peace and prosperity in America. Instead of the American dream, Kosal’s family

Sherley Delia

The empires of the future are the empires of the mind. Winston Churchill

Sherley Delia

The empires of the future are the empires of the mind. Winston Churchill

Fiona Mahurin bio

I am a Global Studies student at The New School interested in studying and responding to the art scene among the Cambodian diaspora in the US, the deportee community residing in Cambodia, and local Cambodians, within the varying political contexts

Fiona Mahurin bio

I am a Global Studies student at The New School interested in studying and responding to the art scene among the Cambodian diaspora in the US, the deportee community residing in Cambodia, and local Cambodians, within the varying political contexts