Inspired by a true story at the Myanmar/Thai border, the film vividly portrays a harrowing world filled with displaced migrants, human traffickers, drug dealers, and prostitutes all struggling to survive.
This panel aims to explore the current trends of media arts, with the intention of uncovering how new modes of production, distribution, and exhibition have fundamentally changed the landscape of cultures.
This panel will discuss the history and the mission of each organization and compare and contrast how the ethos of each institution preserves the notion that art and landscape are intrinsically linked.
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