Double self

I have been infatuated with the ‘double self’ since my adolescence. The concept intrigues me in its dominance over the mental and physical psyches. When I was younger, I would drastically alter my appearance through changing aspects of my physical being. I was never comfortable embodying or projecting a profile for an extended period of … Continue reading Double self

Gift of hope

Wow time flies by, I’ve been so occupied with mid term finals lately, its been hard to dedicate to blogging. But here I go again. This past weekend, I watched Shawshank Redemption (1994, directed by Frank Darabont). The film is about two imprisoned men who bond over a number of years, finding solace and eventual … Continue reading Gift of hope

Holy Cannoli!

What a breezy and beautiful day it was yesterday. Me and my friend went to get some cannoli’s from Mike’s Pastry in Boston’s Little Italy. The shop itself is not too large, but they always generate such a large crowd that you usually have to wait in line outside. The ordering process is an adventure, … Continue reading Holy Cannoli!

Tsunami Body

My heart goes out to all the people in Japan. Yesterday a massive 8.9 magnitude earthquake hit the Pacific Ocean nearby Northeastern Japan causing damage with blackouts, fire and tsunami. The large earthquake triggered a 10-meter (33-foot) tsunami that swept away everything in its path, including houses, ships, cars and farm buildings on fire. The … Continue reading Tsunami Body

fort/da game

Last week, in my “Films of Alfred Hitchcock” class, we saw “Notorious”, which is a film about Alicia Huberman (Ingrid Bergman), the American daughter of a convicted Nazi spy, who is recruited by government agent T. R. Devlin (Cary Grant) to infiltrate a group of Germans who have relocated to Brazil after World War II. … Continue reading fort/da game

But I fear

Today I had a mid term critique with Charles Goss, one of my beloved professors. He gave me direction and insight as to how I can better steer away from the control and more into the unknown. He suggested that I “approach and explore my fears”. What an interesting concept. After all fear is nothing … Continue reading But I fear

AB EX NY

Two weeks ago, I went to New York and saw the “Abstract Expressionist America” exhibit at the MOMA. I’m primarily engaging with abstraction lately, so the exhibit was a great source of inspiration. In particular, the paintings of Arshile Gorky, Barnett Newman, Bradley Walker Tomlin, Adolph Gottlieb, Robert Motherwell, William de Kooning, Mark Rothko, Joan … Continue reading AB EX NY

Featured on Orloo.com

Here is a new bit delayed, but I thought to share. An article about my last exhibition was recently featured on the popular Mongolian website Orloo.com, here is a copy of the article (in Mongolian): ЗАЛУУ ЗУРААЧ Ц. ЭРДЭНЭСҮРЭНГИЙН ЭЭЛЖИТ БИЕ ДААСАН УРАН БҮТЭЭЛ Залуу зураач Ц. Эрдэнэсүрэнгийн ээлжит бие даасан уран бүтээлийн үзэсгэлэн 2011 … Continue reading Featured on Orloo.com

Parallel Universe

I absolutely love films, all types of films, foreign and all, so you can imagine how much I enjoy reviewing works of cinematic depth. I  recently watched an animation called “The Illusionist” (by Sylvain Chomet, 2010), and re-watched a film called “The Beach” (by Danny Boyle, 2000), both of which resonated closely with me. Both films dealt with … Continue reading Parallel Universe