b. 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam. Lives and works in Hanoi.

Nguyen Trinh Thi is an independent filmmaker and documentarian based in Hanoi, Vietnam. Her diverse practice has consistently investigated the role of memory in the necessary unveiling of hidden, displaced or misinterpreted histories, often making use of original documentary footage or undertaking extensive investigative field work.. Inspired by her heritage, her pieces are powerful and haunting, and focus on social and cultural issues in Vietnam. She founded the Hanoi Doclab, a center for documentary filmmaking and video art in Hanoi.
22 - 26 Mar, 2016
Featuring works by 23 artists from Cambodia, Myanmar (Burma), Thailand and Vietnam,
"Shapeshifting: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia" at 10 Chancery Lane Art Projects
in Hong Kong’s Chai Wan district will present some of the most interesting and
innovative voices from Southeast Asia. Focused on the region’s shifting range of art
practices, the exhibition focuses on four countries from Indochina: Myanmar, Thailand,
Cambodia and Vietnam. There is a certain connection that can be felt among the works
but the origins and dialogues in play all have different sources that are particular to the artists’ personal backgrounds paired with the national, religious, political or social identity of each one.
Fragile Past
23 Feb - 14 Apr, 2012 10 Chancery Lane Gallery
10 Chancery Lane Gallery is proud to present four rising artists from South East Asia: Vietnamese Artists Khanh Cong Bui, Nguyen Thai Tuan, Nguyen Trinh Thi, as well as young Cambodian artist Nov Cheanik.