He Xiangyu “Crossed Beliefs”

SCAI The Bathhouse

poster for He Xiangyu “Crossed Beliefs”

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Through a wide range of media from painting, sculpture and video installation, He Xiangyu playfully explores social criticism in his practice, foregrounding a refreshing humor and process-based approach. The artist’s imaginative and bold experimentation allows him to reveal structural vulnerability in today’s cultural development. In Cola Project (2012), He amounts an apocalyptic landscape of boiled residue from 127 tons of Coca Cola, in addition to other alchemic artifacts using the product. Tracing a clichéd analogy of contemporary heritage, He displays an evocative scale of grandeur while maintaining his personal attachment that precedes the narrative. In his first solo exhibition in Japan he presents a range of 6 works including sculpture, photography and video.
[Image: He Xiangyu “Wisdom Tower (a pretty girl)” (2013) tooth, gold, copper, bamboo stick 8.25 x 2.1 x 2.1cm]



From 2013-10-04 To 2013-11-09


He Xiangyu



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