Born Sydney. 

Email: vanghoua.anthonyvue@gmail.com

Vue's practice harnesses the frictions and tensions of cultural difference from his transcultural Hmong Australian experience to develop works that offer more inclusive, diverse and hybrid tropes of belonging within cultural and national identities. These works often employ humour and satire to blur the lines and definitions that have been developed by processes of Othering. A key focus in Vue's work is also how individual and collective memories, together with the records and artefacts of official history can be repurposed to offer more compelling retellings of recent Hmong experiences of war and migration, which have been largely ignored, overlooked, and forgotten. Additionally, Vue's practice seeks to create transcultural spaces for viewing, art-making and social interaction by diverse audiences within and outside of traditional art exhibiting spaces.

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Education

 

2019    Doctor of Philosophy, QCA Griffith University, Brisbane.

2014    Bachelor of Fine Art Honours (First Class), QCA Griffith University, Brisbane.

 

Grants/ Awards/ Residencies

2020    Recipient of Australian Council for the Arts Career Development Grant.

2020    Artist-in-residence, Naresuan University, Phitsanulok, Thailand (January to July) 

2017    Artist-in-residence, Minnesota Museum of American Art, Saint Paul, USA (March & September)

2016    Artist-in-residence, AIR 3331, Nishikicho Studio, Tokyo (September)

2016    Recipient of Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) Logan City 

2015    Griffith University Postgraduate Research Scholarship

2014    NAVA Travel Grant for Future Forward, Sydney

2014    Finalist, The GAS: Graduate Art Show + Survey co. Art Prize, GUAG, Brisbane

2007 / 2008 / 2009  Griffith University Award for Academic Excellence

Solo Exhibitions

2019    txhuam ntxiv mus (continuous frictions), POP Gallery, Brisbane

2017    Fading Marks, Logan Art Gallery, Logan City

2016    Ci-Lines, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Canberra

2016    Paj Khoom, KickArts Contemporary Arts, Cairns

2015    Hmong Crafts: Remixed Entities, Artisan, Brisbane

2014    DIY: Moving Objects of a Hmong Tradition, A-CH Gallery, Brisbane

 

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2019    The Partnershipping Project, Umbrella Studio Contemporary Arts, Townsville - travelling to Lismore Regional Gallery (2019-20), Riddoch Art Gallery (2020), and Burnie Regional Art Gallery (2020)

2017    NEO - Emerging Artists, KickArts Contemporary Arts, Cairns

2017    Erehwon, POP Gallery, Brisbane

2016    Drawing Water, AIR 3331 Nishikicho Studio, Tokyo

2016    Souvenirs From Elsewhere, Woolloongabba Art Gallery, Brisbane

2016    23 Degrees, Woolloongabba Art Gallery, Brisbane

2016    Qhia Dab Neeg Film Festival: Photo Exhibit, Metropolitan State University, St. Paul

2016    Dis-order, Jugglers Art Space, Brisbane

 

Selected Collaborations, Public & Community Projects  

           2019    Present-past-patterns, Gillman Barracks, Singapore. Singapore Biennale 2019 commission

           2019    Histropix #3, projection on the William Jolly Bridge, BrisAsia Festival

           2018    Mix Tape, projection with AGB Events on the Cairns City Library. Cairns Festival

           2017    Raws Roob, PUMPED: A Water & Waste Trail, Gordonvale. Commissioned by Cairns City Council 

2017    Connections of Logan, Woodridge, Logan. Commissioned by Logan City Council

2017    Saint Paul Murals Project, Saint Paul, Minnesota USA. Commissioned by The Minnesota Museum of American Art, in collaboration with Hmong American artists

2017    Beyond an Oasis, Brisbane Canvas (Vibrant Laneways), Sunnybank, Brisbane. Commissioned by Brisbane City Council

2017    chi-U-dee and Kumbhakarna-dee downunder selfie, Brisbane Street Art Festival, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane. In collaboration with Thirawut Bunyasakseri

2017    Untitled, Projection onto the William Jolly Bridge, Brisbane River

2016    Drawing Water, Brisbane City Council Vibrant Laneways (Eagle Lane)

2016    Pa Kor Day, community project with young people in Logan. Installations at Logan Hyperdome Library (March-April) and Logan Central Library (June). Culminating exhibition and installations at Logan Art Gallery (December). Project supported by the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF)

2016    TAPE ON: a Temporal Collision of Line, live tape drawing installation performance with artist Kellie O'Dempsey on the windows of Griffith University Art Gallery

2016    Paj Theem Ntaiv, AusAsia Festival, Metro Arts Stairwell Installation, Brisbane

2016    Weaving Our Heritage, BrisAsia Festival, Eagle Lane. Curated and produced by Engage Arts

2015    14,600, Cairns Festival, Cairns Botanic Gardens Visitor Center, Cairns

2015    Paj Qhov Rais, Site Specific Installations, various locations. Brisbane and Cairns

2015    Paj Hoob # 2, Gallery Ten, Tasmanian International Arts Festival - Hobart. Working with Hmong Hobart young people

Collections

Singapore Art Museum

Private collections: Australia, United States & China

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