Carleton University Art Gallery CUAG

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.