Artist Hong-An Truong discussed a range of projects that draw on the life and work of writer Iris Chang, author of The Rape of Nanking (1998), which brought international attention to the military atrocities committed by Japan against China during World War II. Exploring the limitations of language in relation to trauma, this talk explored Truong’s ideas of memory and remorse as it relates to her recent work.
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