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Balance and contradiction: in conversation with Xu Zhen

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Summary | 9 Annotations
is the first major solo exhibition
2020/09/03 09:23
he combines elements from many cultures, examining the effects of globalisation with often humorous or unsettling effect
2020/09/03 09:24
What fascinated me as an artist then was the relationship between the individual and society.
2020/09/03 09:25
they echo the ways in which cultures mix and clash in the modern world
2020/09/03 12:26
When you look at my work, it reflects the evolution of society in China or the way that Chinese people look at the world.
2020/09/03 12:27
a rebellion against society.
2020/09/03 12:28
it started incorporating elements from other cultures.
2020/09/03 12:28
when they confront one another, one cannot convince the other of its position and vice versa
2020/09/03 12:28
walk a line between humour and darkness, between hope and threat. What draws you to this way of making?
2020/09/04 09:47