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Taiwanese artist Wen-Li Chen’s work considers personal identity and the future of Indigenous Taiwanese peoples in a social and geographic environment in constant flux. Curated by Centre A, International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art…. More info
In this meditative installation, Ontario artist, Xiaojing Yan, navigates natural and cultural realms deeply grounded in Chinese philosophies, myths and folklore. Combining two bodies of work that derive from classical Chinese ink wash painting and portrait sculpture, Yan’s poetic explorations delve into the meaning of spirituality and the transformation of… More info
Above: Xiaojing Yan, Lingzhi Girl II, 2016-2017, cultivated lingzhi mushrooms and wood chips, 19 x 20 x 18 inches. Courtesy of the artist.