T is an art installation that explores the semiotics of public dress through the fundamentals of sculpture: mass and form, material and process, site and context. This exhibition consists of four T-shirt shaped objects made out of steel, aluminum, talcum, and sugar.
A T-shirt is arguably a universally recognizable article of clothing, but its familiarity when juxtaposed with everyday material challenges the social identity of dress.
Steel, aluminum, sugar, talcum
Photo: MaoMao, Bic Vu
T Think Process
Making of an Aluminum T-shirt
Production process film
A vending machine altered to dispense art during the Cohen New Works Festival. This project levels the art market and makes art purchasing a game. Over 300 individuals pieces were contributed by artists in Austin, New York, Los Angeles, the UK, and Italy.
Producers: Jason Buchanan & Bic Vu
Funded by Go! Grant through The University Co-op Presents the Cohen New Works Festival
A new play about defining family. Based on the true story of the male penguin couple and their chick "Tango" at the Central Park Zoo.
Scenic & Costume Design: Bic Vu
Written by Emily Freeman
Director: Roxanne Schoeder-Arce
Lighting Design: Daniel Wright
Photo: Phil Wienholts & Lawrence Peart
Touring Performance for Young Audience
Texas Performing Art
Outstanding Theatre for Young Audience Play by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival
A boy looks after his ailing father who has ran away in search of the local anchorwoman.
Production & Costume Design: Bic Vu
Written & Directed by Brian Schwarz
Winner of the The Academy of Motion Arts & Sciences Student Academy Award, 2013
A coming of age story of a girl risking her innocence to protect her beloved dog.