Jaye Ho: The Vanishing Act – Resources

Event Recordings & Reviews

In October and November 2020 ONCA hosted an online solo exhibition of new paintings by artist Jaye Ho. The Vanishing Act is a powerful body of work that addresses war crimes, focusing on the plight of ‘comfort women’ in Japanese-occupied WW2 countries and sexual violence survivors seeking justice.

Here you can find recordings of the events that accompanied the exhibition, as well as several press reviews of the exhibition. To turn on subtitles click the CC button on the YouTube menu bar at the bottom of the video.

Event Recordings

Jaye Ho: The Vanishing Act – Meet The Artist

 

**Please note we had an issue with the recording of this event and the BSL interpreters are sadly not visible. We are currently working to get a BSL video of the transcript.**

Jaye Ho: The Vanishing Act – Art & Conflict Panel Discussion

Reviews

Hastings Independent Press – ‘Jaye Ho – The Vanishing Act’ a review by Mia Kilby (page 10)

Hastings Independent Press Podcast

The F word – ‘Summoning the spectre of sexual violence in war’ by Alice Parkin

Justice Rapid Response – Interview: The role of art in advancing justice

Exhibition

If you missed Jaye’s exhibition it’s still available to view here:

The Vanishing Act – Part One

The Vanishing Act – Part Two


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Posted on January 18, 2021
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