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Binh Pho

"Life defies definition. Attempts to control it will always fail to recognize the sum of all its interdependencies."

Binh Pho was a sophomore majoring in architecture when the Vietnam War ended in Saigon. Refusing to accept the reality of Communism, he attempted his first escape, only to have it end in a re-education camp. After trying again three more times, his day arrived: he and 38 companions reached freedom after seven days in a small boat floating across the Gulf of Siam to Malaysia.
From that day on, Pho began his life again, viewing his art as a symbol of living things. Piercing and carving, he creates negative space in his designs to represent the unseen weight of the unknown.

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