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2022 Peace, Culture, Memory Network Special Exhibition of International Exchange
“Faith in Green”

To overturn the modern recognition of nature as a tool, the exhibition presents a nonhierarchical ecological consciousness in Vietnam that reveres Mother Nature, the mother of all life. It also deals with the solidarity of women in Vietnam, a traditional agricultural society, in fighting the climate crisis and shares thoughts about ecological solidarity among humans and between humans and nature.

2022 Peace, Culture, Memory Network 
Special Exhibition of International Exchange<br> 
“Faith in Green”
  • DateOct. 21, 2022 – Feb. 19, 2023 (FRI–SUN)
  • Time(TUE–SUN) 10:00–18:00
    (WED and SAT) 10:00–20:00
    ※ Closed on Mondays
  • PlaceLibrary Park Special Exhibition Room
  • Age LimitAll ages
  • Price Free
  • TicketFree admission
  • Contact+82-1899-5566

Introduction
2022 Peace, Culture, Memory Network Special Exhibition of International Exchange
“Faith in Green”
The theme “Faith in Green” represents “solidarity in the age of climate change.” Based on the proposed ecological consideration, as the issue of nature is directly concerned with human life in the post-COVID era, the exhibition examines the Vietnamese culture of goddess worship and Vietnamese women’s social problems due to climate change and explores the organic relationships among humans and humans and nature.

Humans, as a part of nature, are not free from the ecological crisis, and nature’s cries can lead to conflicts in their social behaviors. The dichotomous thinking that humans are independent of nature and the anthropocentrism that recognizes nature as the object of conquest and domination represent modernity. Thus, technology and capitalism based on modernity began to cause environmental issues through the exploitation of nature for development. Problems due to environmental destruction continuously cause crises in the global ecosystem, including human society, and this led to postmodern movements. As people began to recognize humans and nature not as separate beings but as organic ones that create a network, efforts to break away from the modern paradigm continue.

The exhibition presents a nonhierarchical ecological consciousness in Vietnam that reveres Mother Nature, the mother of all life, as a means to overturn modern recognition of the environment as a tool. It also deals with the role of female farmers, the principal agents of food production in Vietnam, which is a traditional agricultural society, and their solidarity in fighting the climate crisis caused by indiscrete development. It shares the thoughts of three Korean artists about the overall network and ecological solidarity among humans and between humans and nature.
Photos of Exhibits
Cui Temple, Nghi Xuan, Ha Tinh Province
(Provided by Vietnamese Women’s Museum)
Hau Dong Ritual
(Provided by Vietnamese Women’s Museum)
From the left ‘Forest is gold,’ ‘An inch of soil, an inch of gold actively cultivate crops,’
‘Protecting forests is preserving the nature and water resources’
(Provided by Vietnamese Women’s Museum)
Beautiful labour of Vietnamese female farmers
(Provided by Vietnamese Women’s Museum)
Draught caused by climate change crisis and efforts on restoring forests
(Provided by Vietnamese Women’s Museum)
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