Without Wall

Shen Yuan

3.4 - 4.4, 2017

Beijing

 
1/5
 

In this exhibition, the exhibition walls are eye-catching barbed wire instead, refused to pass the body but the visual is penetrating. The entrance to the exhibition hall is first cut off by the "1/2 bowl" of the work, which consists of three parts: a bowl-type building, a bowl of large buildings in the bowl, And built. "Big Bowl", which is both a man holding food utensils, and metaphor of the world's common circular building on behalf of the power of the consultation device, which was cut into half of the barbed wire, let us see the power shown and the presence of Contrast.

And another piece of work in the exhibition, "I was seen, I was not obvious" metaphor of the problem of immigration in Europe. The gray-blue light boxes on the ground are blue eyes and several breathless lifeboats, and the audience must watch the work through a narrow, double barbed wire channel. This is a reverse experience, so that the viewer (the host) is on the border. The channel is connected to the exhibition hall of the continuous barbed wire, in series from the viewer's experience and ideas.

 
 

Shen Yuan

 

b.1959  Fujian, China

 

Born into an artistic family in South China, Shen Yuan started painting with her father at a young age to become what her parents considered as the most divine vocation – artist. In 1985, Shen Yuan participated in the Xiamen Dada group, exploring avant-garde art under high political pressure. "My father worried a lot for us." In 1990, Shen Yuan left China with her artist husband, Huang Yong Ping, to settle down in Paris.

 

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Beijing

D06, 798 Art District,

No.2 Jiuxianqiao Road

Chaoyang Dst. Beijing, China

B01, 798 Art District, No.2 Jiuxianqiao Road

Chaoyang Dst. Beijing, China

Hong Kong

10/F, H Queen's, 80 Queen's Road

Central, Hong Kong

Bangkok

Room. 201 - 206
River City Bangkok,
23 Soi Charoenkrung 24,

Bangkok, 10100, Thailand

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