Arthur Huang “Memory Walks – Is This The Way I Went?”

Hagiso

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“Memory Walks – Is This The Way I Went?” explores the nature of our everyday memories. We tend to recall special events in our lives easily, but the memories of our everyday lives are not often recalled and likely forgotten. In both cases, our memories are never fixed and constantly changing. In the October 2013 Hagiso group exhibition “Tokyo Spidering”, Arthur Huang began exploring ways of remembering his everyday walks through drawing on eggshells. For “Is This The Way I Went?” Huang continues that exploration by expanding the ways he imagines how those memories are recalled. For this exhibition of new works, he will create an installation with six months of Memory Walk eggshells to resemble a brain occupying the gallery space. Since memories of everyday walks become fractured, confused, and forgotten over time, Huang will also be exhibiting new works using broken eggshells, eggshells that have been painted and layered, and eggshells that have been erased by drilling. These techniques examine metaphors for how memories are a synthesis of fragments from the past and present rather than actual memories of those moments.

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Sundays, May 22nd and June 5th, 12:00 - 6:00 pm

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from May 17, 2016 to June 05, 2016
Exhibition Hours: 8:00-10:30, 12:00-21:00

Opening Reception on 2016-05-20 from 19:00 to 21:00

Artist(s)

Arthur Huang

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