4 July 2012
In this interview, Vietnamese-American photographer and artist Binh Danh discusses his latest work which explores conflict, memory and place through photos of the Vietnam War printed on organic matter. Danh was in Australia for an artists panel hosted by the US Studies Centre for the Biennale of Sydney. He begins by explaining his self-designed photographic method, known as chlorophyll printing.
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