Dao Anh Khanh spent 20 years serving in Vietnam’s censorship police, before switching sides to become one the country’s most extravagant and controversial performance artists.
Khanh created an international arts festival, which took place in 2019 in a jungle valley in Vietnam’s Hoa Binh province, where artists from around the world can express themselves among the splendor of nature.
Shot & Directed by: Matt Dworzańczyk
Drone & B-Camera: Hoàng Liên Sơn
BBC Series Producer: Dan John
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More Info: https://www.EtheriumSky.com/gallery/bbc-art-in-the-jungle/
Over the last few years we’ve been working with Khanh on a unique experimental-documentary-fantasy film called “Artist Police”. Through performance art, the feature film tells the true story of Khanh’s journey from 20 years in the censorship police to becoming Vietnam’s most controversial and bizarre artist!
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