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Milla Jung

Milla Jung (1974) is an artist and researcher in Visual Arts. She has a doctorate in Visual Poetics from the University of São Paulo (USP), a master’s degree in Art Theory from Santa Catarina State University (UDESC), a specialization in photography from Candido Mendes University (UCAM) and a certificate in documentary photography from the International Center of Photography in New York (ICP) and the School for Photographic Affairs in Prague. She is currently investigating questions surrounding images and the public sphere through the relationship between artistic practices and social spaces.

Plas Ayiti (Neon Project)

Plas Ayiti consists of a bright installation in neon, measuring four and a half by one meters atop the building Nossa Senhora da Luz (Our Lady of Light). At night time, it featured the term Plas Ayiti, which in Haitian Creole means “Haitian Place,” giving visibility to the name that Haitian immigrant refugees used to refer to the plaza where they met as a community.

Plas Ayiti (projeto neon)

Plas Ayiti (projeto Neon) de Milla Jung, realizado em 2014, é uma intervenção artística na praça central da cidade de Curitiba, Praça Tiradentes, no sul do Brasil.


The Brooklyn Rail

NOV 2022

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