Howie Tsui’s Horror Fables (2009)
Essay by Emily Falvey
38 pages, illustrated, soft cover
Catalogue of an exhibition featuring Howie Tsui’s large drawings in the form of scrolls and site-specific wall paintings, accompanied by a soundtrack. Tsui’s work, anchored in concepts of hybridty, is situated by Falvey in the context of traditional Asian myths and ghost stories, as well as North American and Asian pop culture.