Experiencing Interruptions?

Who do you trust?

Who Do You Trust explores the universal question of what trust means and how we perceive it … using modern dance we hope to draw viewers deep into the questions of how our ever changing society interacts with the concepts of trust.

  • hi-jin hodge
  • david hodge
  • david hodge
  • hi-jin hodge
    Key Cast
  • Joan Jeanrenaud
    Key Cast
  • Yayoi Kambara
  • Joan Jeanrenaud
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  • Runtime:
    9 minutes 45 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 11, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    3,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
  • Shooting Format:
    canon c300 II, 4K and 2K
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Distribution Information
  • asian art museum - artist drawing club
    Country: United States
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - hi-jin hodge, david hodge

Hi-Jin Kang Hodge (b. Seoul)
Nationality: Korean born, Swedish and American.
Education: Central Saint Martins, College of Art and Design BA (hon) Product Design (London/UK).

David Hodge (b. Niagara Falls NY)
Nationality: American and holds Permanent Swedish resident.
Education: RISD, Rhode Island School of Design BFA Industrial Design (Providence/US).

David Hodge and Hi-Jin Kang Hodge have created video installations for artistic exhibitions around the world. Their pieces typically blend editorial materials and innovative uses of technology to explore complex human and social questions. Above all, they create cohesive work that identifies foundational principles and expands on them through multiple viewpoints.

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Director Statement

We are a husband and wife team of filmmakers and video artists. We are passionate about creating stories and connection with others. We are concerned about the world and how we live in it. We look for ways in our art that bring connection, joy, provocation, stimulation, inspiration.
Our pieces typically blend editorial materials and innovative uses of technology to explore complex human and social questions. Some of our work is purely a visual exploration. We have shown ocean views on the side of a 40-story office building and were the first to use video iPods in an artistic installation.
In our work, we pose questions that probe individual hopes and resolutions. We hear the conversation of humanity striving for the comfort of permanence, all while recognizing that everything constantly changes around them.

KAMBARA + DANCERS bridges art and audience through contemporary dance. Choreographer Yayoi Kambara focuses her work on diverse cultural, economic and ethnic differences, creating a space for empathy and dialogue.