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September 2012

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Museum Futures is exhibited as part of Modern Monsters / Death and Life of Fiction

Taipei Biennial 29th September 2012 –  13th February 2013

Curated by Anselm Franke

The Taipei Biennial 2012 takes as its point of departure the ancient Chinese monster known as Taowu, whose evolution has been traced by the literary historian David Der-Wei Wang in his book The Monster That is History. Wang shows that somewhere in the course of Chinese history, writers and historians began to identify the vicious monster Taowu with history itself, since it could foresee and thwart human intentions. Wang suggests that it is modern Chinese history in particular that lends itself to a reading through the Taowu, against the backdrop of a twentieth century characterized by utopian aspirations notoriously overshadowed by systemic violence.

 

As part of Critical Practice....

Truth Truth is Concrete

 

Longest Day

 

Twenty two years ago I made a recycled cardboard version of Picasso's Still Life of 1914.

#TheMostBeautifulSculptureInTheWorld

As part of Critical Practice.......

God, Law & Property

 

Where: London, EC2


Why: This event initiates a series of walking tours and events that constitute Critical Practice's ongoing Research on Value 

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