Almost Home

Almost Home 04/26/2019 – 04/27/2019 159 Sutton Gallery, Providence, RI An one-day show as part of my Curatorial Practicum course. Spatial arrangement and typography design. To look through the window and recognize you are actually inside, looking out. A disorientation and reorientation. What can be imagined on the other side from the inside? From the […]

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Before the Fame

Everyone knows Bayer as a pharmacy company, but they seldom know they start their business from a dyestuff producers since the seccond Industrial Revolution. I’d like to bring visitors back to those flourishing and emerging era to see Bayer’s dyestuff business by creating a huge dying machine inside the whole space. SITE Harvard ScienceCenter: Three […]

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Dia: Beacon

I visited here during the vacation of thanksgiving. Dia Art Foundation is committed to advancing, realizing, and preserving the vision of artists. Dia fulfills its mission by commissioning single artist projects, organizing exhibitions, realizing site-specific installations, and collecting in-depth the work of a focused group of artists of the 1960s and 1970s. In May 2003, […]

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Julia Phillips: Failure Detection

Body, Behavior and more.  April 15–September 3, 2018 MoMA PS1 Primarily working with ceramics, New York-based artist Julia Phillips creates objects and scenes that are immediately connected to the body. Her sculptures often propose various support structures for the human form, while emphasizing its absence. Impression of the body are visible through casts of limbs, orifices, […]

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