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Critical Point

  • Crane Gallery 184 五福四路 高雄市, 803 Taiwan (map)

utonomy is the pride of an individual, and yet with the drastic changes of our time such “core value” of autonomy is often obscured by deviations of human nature, and so, people know not what course to take amidst indecipherable social unrest as they are tangled with ever-changing “stances and positions”. Dichotomy seems to be convenient tool for criticism, but with “opposition” being the basis of all judgment, we end up being driven to the cage-coffin of analytic philosophy and are further polarized on contradictory grounds.

Crane Galley presents the work of Liao Chao-Hao (廖昭豪)、Cheung Szelit(張施烈) and Wu Po-Han(吳柏翰), whose creative ideas converged at the theme “Critical Point”. The exhibition not only captures interpersonal phenomena but offer itself as a reflection of our own core values through diverse interpretative pathways of interpersonal, regional and epochal events. The 3 artists utilized different media and forms and yet all of them have coincidentally evoked “Wall” as their main symbol.

Earlier Event: January 10
All Day Breakfast
Later Event: September 9
Szelit Cheung : Stand II