Mother Dearest 


Redefines the concept of the colonial wound through the acts of dreaming and comforting one by singing to them, which in turn requires a bodily effort in every form and metaphor. Reciting songs made from Doi Moi period are mostly poems, with romantic ideals and political implacations, “the dreamed ones” emerge from a heavenscape of consciously amassed and richly saturated assortment of fabrics.