May 28, 2010

August 11, 2009

Quotidian Dreams

at the Flower Factory, 3604 Main Street, Vancouver BC
August 2 to September 15, 2009

Some say dreams are nothing more than random information and imagery that our
brain synthesizes in our sleep, layering unconnected stories into new narratives.

I've mined old photographs and let the unconscious selection process take it's course, mixing mundane details with purposeful documentations of places and people. The shifting context create new possibilities, quietly blurring facts into fiction.

quotidian dreams

nothing happened

going nowhere

self portrait

view points

here & there

here & there

number 4 & the baby with wama


photosynthesis-momo in sunlight

August 10, 2009

from the LITITUP show
February 2009


photosynthesis-momo in sunlight

Practical cats
from the Postal Art Exchange


April 16, 2008

March 31, 2008

until you die, please believe that I am your biggest fan

paintings by tangiene pohoko & linh truong
blim, 197-east 17 avenue, vancouver
april 5 - 26, 2008