My work is about reconfiguration, resistance, and a hearty bowl of soup. There are sensibilities in my work stemming from post-punk, Vietnamese- American culture, The Vietnam War, retro video games, my daughter's beautiful imagination, and my dad's flea market finds.  I make reference to the human body through painting and wood cut outs of organic shapes. A swaddled child or a contorted figure may inhabit  the compositional landscape along with patterns that stop, start, and overlap. Color is a strong influence on my work.  I combine nostalgic colors that reshapes memories.  There is no resolve in the narration of my work, instead there are slow meditative builds that lead to chunky riffs that wormhole into hard-edged noise, all loopy-loopy and stuff.    




-Simon Tran aka ghost ghost teeth

East Bay Express Critic's Pick:

Interview with Artful Hare

Interview with Art Crush on KALX:

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