Born in Hà Tiên, Vietnam in 1968, Dinh Q. Lê is a Vietnamese artist who once lived as a refugee in the US. He lived there with his family after the Vietnam War from 1978 to 1997. Dinh Q. Lê uses photography, video and installation to explore the topic of the Vietnam War. He conceives his artworks as a sharing platform to know more about the event, even though it remains a sensitive issue in the communist country.
This article is a part of collaboration of ACA Project with Koï Magazine along with other six Asian artists. Find more through this link.