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Mitsu Salmon & Milad Mozari
Artists
Solo Exhibition and Performance Work
2017 Out/In Aka | Links Hall | Chicago, USA
2014 Fish Dreams | Stroud Valley Arts Center | Stroud, UK
2012 Awakenings | Made Budhiana Gallery | Bali, Indonesia

2016 Standing Nymph and Man | Studebaker Theater | Chicago, IL
2015 Soft Power | Experimental Sound Studio | Chicago, IL
2011 Penta-Rudiment | Litmus Space | Ansan, South Korea

Mitsu Salmon creates interdisciplinary performance and visual works.
She received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago
and her BFA from NYU. She has lived and presented work in India,
England, Germany, Amsterdam, Japan and Bali at places such as the
Chicago Cultural Center and Urbanguild.

Milad Mozari is an interdisciplinary artist and educator whose work in
video and performance deal with socio-economic status, labor, and
personal histories. He received his BS in International Studies from
the University of Utah and his MFA from the School of the Art
Institute of Chicago. He currently lives in Chicago where he teaches
at SAIC in the Departments of AIADO and Sculpture.

Description
“Anatomical Characters and Identification of Formosan Wood” is a
site-specific performance by Milad Mozari and Mitsu Salmon. The piece
draws from the materials, sounds, and structure of the Chief’s house
in connection to Salmon’s family history. The Chief’s House was the
family residence of the Meiji sugar cane factory chief in Madou during
the Japanese occupation of Taiwan. Concurrently, Ryozo Kanehira,
Salmon’s grandfather and well-known botanist from Japan did extensive
work in Taiwan identifying and writing on trees that can be found at
Tsung-Yeh Artist Village. The majority of his writings can be found in
the book “Anatomical Characters and Identification of Formosan Wood.”
The performance’s source material comes from this book and informs
Mozari and Salmon’s research sound and dance work. Salmon create
choreography from Kanehira’s book, looking at growth patterns and
rooting and how it is situated in the body. Mozari investigates the
sonic possibilities in terms of absorption and reflection of the space
and the surrounding environment. The piece aims to honor the beauty of
the space but also question its past through Salmon’s family history
and Mozari’s interest in historical preservation.

自定模
Red-Brick Office
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Wooden Guest House
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Red-brick Dining Hall
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Wooden Official Residence
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