"In many of our projects, we try to create disorder, hoping that disorder in such particular instances can become another "sense of order" to an audience that may be all too afraid of change, or unaccepting of other possible ways of engaging with their current cultural/social structures. We like to play. We align ourselves with different cultural producers. We like to let ourselves get ingested into the bellies of big social beasts such as television or the various manifestations of pop-culture. We feel that true criticality comes from the change that can happen from the inside of a system, and not from analytical discourse posited from external positions."
The Propeller Group doesn't want you to view art in the way that one might have been taught to view art. And The Propeller Group doesn't want you to see television or any other medium for that matter for what you might believe it to be - rather they seek to be deconstructivist in any variety of media and have you put things back together in any way that you like. With the blurring of lines between television, telephones computers and the next big mobile bling to hit the market it only makes sense to begin to re-examine our relationship with media and recreate it for a new means of distribution. Come join us on April 15th as we explore disparate and ever changing creative horizons with The Propeller Group.
When & Where
aSaigon/CreativeMorning is a monthly speaker series that seeks to bring inspirational creative figures to breakfast with young creative minds in Vietnam for coffee, discourse and possibly a donut or two.