# 6. 25.11.2003
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FOR ALL OF YOU THAT ENJOYED CUNNILINGUS – HERE IS AN EXTRACT FROM AN INTERVIEW WITH THE YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES…
From an interview with Thom Swiss at: www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/feature/younghae/interview.html
"DISTANCE, HOMELESSNESS, ANONYMITY, AND INSIGNIFICANCE": AN INTERVIEW WITH YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES
TS: Can you talk a bit about historical influences?
YHCHI: Well, we are writing in three different languages, English, Korean, and French. (We collaborate with others when it comes to other languages.) Each one comes with a full baggage of history and culture. Language is the essence of the Internet, the real gateway to using the Web.
To write, read, and chat in English on the Internet is to implicitly justify a certain history. Certain governments don't ban or burn books anymore, they prevent access to the Web, meaning they justify a different history than the one we do by using English. So our choice of language is probably the biggest historical influence on our work.
TS: How about specific literary influences--or art and artists--how do they figure into your work?
YHCHI: Well, DAKOTA, for example, is based on a close reading of Ezra Pound's Cantos I and first part of II. Of course, you don't need to know this to enjoy the piece.
Other cultural influences on our work are Marcel Duchamp, who one day decided to stop painting, saying he was tired of getting his hands dirty; Roy Lichtenstein, who found a simple artistic vocabulary, and stuck to it; and Andy Warhol, who, more than the Chinese government ever could, succeeded with his Mao portraits in putting a certain face on China.
Also on www.liveartmagazine TODAY……..
MIS-GUIDE REVIEW - WRIGHTS AND SITES
Sam Rose and Kerryn Wise
and Park Music
LANGUAGE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL Launches its 2003 edition book bilingual
: "NOVAS MÍDIAS/NEW MEDIAS"
PERFORMING ARTS (REF: NWO03) NORTH WEST (MANCHESTER)
installation # 2; small talk
Sat 1 Nov
- -Sun 11 Jan
Fri 7 Nov
- -Sun 4 Jan
Thu 13 Nov
- -Sun 30 Nov
Shooting Live Artists 02/03
FORCE FIELD EXPERIMENTS
Sun 23 Nov
- -Sun 30 Nov
And many more…….
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