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4 people sit around a colourful picnic blanket on grass under trees. Rebecca Wang, Tadafumi Tamura, Minah Lee, Wryly Andherson. Minah on the left sitting in a red camp chair gestures while speaking.
Our Work Is These Conversations

Podcast: EP2 “To Belong Beyond Nationalities” A conversation between Art Action Earwig and photographer Tadafumi Tamura, facilitated and edited by Rebecca Wang for podcast through The Access Gallery.

In this black and white photo by Marjo Wright, the artists are holding wooden sticks of two paper cut signs framed by cardboard. Minah is stretching her arms to hold “Art”. She is looking at the camera. Wryly is holding a sign forward with the right arm. The sign reads “Action.” Wryly is stretching their left arm up above Minah's head to hold a flashlight, pointing down to the signs. They are standing in front of a door with brick and wooden wall around it.
Heart of the City 2021

Shadows We Cast will be screened at Heart of the City Festival 2021. Join us on Zoom for a movie and a protest sign! ART ACTION EARWIG shares their short film Shadows We Cast (2021, 12 min), followed by workshop Shadow Sign For Bedroom Protest, inviting you to share your thoughts about climate crisis via a shadow sign. November 4, at 7pm.

Art Action Earwig's Home Squat Home zine cover
Recent News

Thank you! Our Zine Campaign gives 20%, ($2), from each HsH zine sale during Home Squat Home at the Access Gallery's Conditional Belonging, to aid displaced and houseless people in the DTES

Light blue art action earwig's earwig icon on black smart phone screen
Home Squat Home mobile app

This mobile squatting-in-a-smartphone application provides an intimate audiovisual performance using shadow puppets made of upcycled and recycled materials on the surface of a tent.

The image splits in two, left and right. The image on the right shows 4 tents in yellow, red and blue. Two people walk among the tents in white masks. The image on the left shows a person in a tent, wearing a t-shirt and green shorts, gesturing with a right hand toward a computer on the tent floor while speaking. Green running shoes sit outside the light brown tent with maroon details.
Po-Tent City Seoul

Review in Korean language, written by poet/director of CCOT(꽃), Lee Chulsung: “팬데믹 시대의 텐트형 예술행동”, <연극 in>

A video screen shot. Wryly and MInah are projected onto the wall of an old oil tank. Two tents are set up on a stage below the projections. A banner on the blue tent farthest right shows a QR code for Home Squat Home. Art in the City logo appears at top right in bright colours.
Art In The City

Michael Zo interviews Minah Lee for Art in the City, Seoul.

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