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Artist profiles, 2020.09.01 Tue, by

Show and Tell: Cao Yu’s Gendered Embodiment

Minimalist, conceptual, and deliberately provocative, Cao’s work reflects upon and exploits the physicality of her materials, from the conventional – marble, stretched linen and canvas – to unexpected, even transgressive, substances including the artist’s own hair, breastmilk and urine, and their various significations. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2019.09.16 Mon, by

Not Vital
Galerie Urs Meile Lucerne

In Not Vital’s art, everything is out of place, yet precisely where it belongs. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2018.11.05 Mon, by

Paula Rego
Cruel Stories for Curious Women

The pictures of stocky women in ballet dresses, engrossed in play, have almost become shorthand for Paula Rego’s pictures. But glance through any book on her and one immediately remarks the extraordinary diversity of her art… >> Read more
Think, 2018.05.29 Tue, by

Event and Spirit-Image: Bodily Dismemberment in the East and West and the Logic Surrounding “Consecration”

Ancient forms of punishment that involve bodily dismemberment were considered “inhumane” and thus abolished. In comparison, in the effort to challenge norms regulating common conceptions of humanity, many contemporary artworks often take up “dehumanizing” positions >> Read more
Think, 2018.03.15 Thu, by

“Detour” Attempts a Détournement of Exhibition Making

Why walk in areas adjacent to the museum? Why couple the acts of walking with exhibition viewing? Even if the practice of the institution is intimately connected to the local environment, this doesn't necessarily mean that bundling the acts of walking, discussion and exhibition viewing together is a comprehensive response to this issue. >> Read more
Think, 2017.06.10 Sat, by

The Right (of Humans and Things) to Become Extra-ordinary

Inga Svala Thorsdottir and Wu Shanzhuan's manifesto and series of works titled Thing's Right(s), a revision of the 1948. >> Read more
Think, 2017.03.04 Sat, by

Su-Mei Tse “Elegy”
Edouard Malingue Gallery

A subtle tone pervades the space. The essence of a past temporality, a flutter of the senses, a trigger of distant memory. Dulcet yet melancholic, ‘Elegy’, Su-Mei Tse’s first solo show in Hong Kong, sets a pensive pace, a rhythm that invites self-reflection as well as a heightened awareness of one’s surroundings. Acting as punctuations […] >> Read more
Think, 2017.01.13 Fri, by

Times Heterotopia Trilogy III – The Man Who Never Threw Anything Away -Guangdong Times Museum

The Man Who Never Threw Anything Away borrows its title from an installation of the same name in Ilya Kabakov’s Ten Characters (1988). >> Read more
Think, 2016.07.14 Thu, by

All Means Are Sacred

It is a dangerous statement, to say the least; a cause that justifies everything creates a totality... >> Read more
Think, 2016.05.30 Mon, by

崔洁 Cui Jie
“Latter, Former”
MOTHER’S TANKSTATION
Dublin

Everything you need to know, personage, source and structures, laid bare. Form+language, purpose+process = constructed outcome. >> Read more

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