As part of 'I Love a Broad Margin to My Life’, the first solo exhibition of the works of Vietnamese diaspora artist Moi Tran.
The exhibition - titled after Maxine Hong Kingston’s 2011 novel - features mixed-media objects and documentation of live performance art, drawing on Tran’s lived experience as a Vietnamese refugee, alongside her continued engagement with diaspora visibility and nurturing critical knowledge sharing. Everyday Work Series - Hole Dg No. 1 documents the artist's moment of catharsis when she mourned the loss of her father, during which she was staying at a countryside and felt this urge to dig into the ground. After hours of digging, she then refilled the hole and over time, life grew over the surface again. This entire process was filmed and made into a series of photographs.