Part of this exhibition: After Hope is organized by Abby Chen, head of contemporary art at the Asian Art Museum; Padma Maitland, assistant professor of architectural history and theory at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo; and Viv Liu, research assistant for contemporary art at the Asian Art Museum
Asian Art Museum, San Francisco
Pinksummer gallery, Genova
in collaboration with RedHero and supported by Bodhi Dharma Foundation
June 22 - October 15, 2019
residency and exhibition An Artificial Nest Captures a King and Investigations into the Darkest Dark, with Arts Catalyst, London in Autumn 2018
“No Boundaries” exhibition presented as part of the 3rd edition of Ulaanbaatar International Media Art Festival
Organized by Arts Council of Mongolia
June 28 - July 13, 2018
Smart water project in Ulaanbaatar
March 19 - April 19, 2016
Tuguldur Yondonjamts was commissioned by Arts Council of Mongolia to develop an ice sculpture idea as part of the Smart Water campaign for World Water Day in Ulaanbaatar. His proposal consists of a visualization of Mongolian throat singing sound wave in the form of an ice sculpture. According to a Mongolian legend throat singing was inspired from a river sound in the Altai mountains. Yondonjamts sculptural idea was executed by a team of sculptors leaded by Ts. Batmunkh and installed on Chinggis Square in Ulaanbaatar on March 22, World Water Day.
The Smart Water campaign includes a series of programs, including Mongolian and International film screenings, talks with water experts and educational conversations. The project was lead by the Arts Council of Mongolia with the cooperation of the Embassy of the United States in Ulaanbaatar.
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