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Long March Project — Ho Chi Minh Trail

The Ho Chi Minh Trail, though internationally understood as a logistical supply route created during the Second Indochina War, formed a vast network of passageways across China, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. This area was the strategic battle ground between the two communist powers [China and the Soviet Union] and the US during the second Indochina war. The Ho Chi Minh Trail Project is a collaborative contemporary arts project in the implementation of physical, discursive, and artistic activities between China, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, calling for a questioning of fixed relations of social production as determined by ideas of history, identity, market logic and subconscious effects of geographical imposed divide.

Related Discourse: 

On the Ho Chi Minh Trail

Building a Yellow Light Commonwealth (Discussion)

Thirteen Points From Participating Curators, Philosophers, and Artists

Walking on the Trail (Discussion)