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Taipei Biennale Highlights
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'Biography' presents a wide selection of works from Elmgreen & Dragset's complex universe, including sculpture, performance and interactive installations. Works from the late 1990s onwards will be shown together with recent projects, ...
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Since the 1990s, art has highlighted the social sphere and held inter-human relations, whether individual or social, friendly or antagonistic, to be the main domain of reference. Art also plays host to an entanglement between the human and non-human, a presentation of coactivity as such: Multiple energies are at work, and logical organic growth machines are everywhere. All relations between different regimes of the living and the inert are alive with tension. The Great Acceleration is presented as a tribute to this coactivity, the assumed parallelism between the different kingdoms and their negotiations.

A piece by Roger Hiorns photo Taipei Bienniale

A piece by Roger Hiorns
photo Taipei Bienniale

Shezad Dawood  photo Taipei Bienniale

Shezad Dawood
photo Taipei Bienniale

Acrylic works by Shezad Dawood Studio  photo Taipei Bienniale

Acrylic works by Shezad Dawood Studio
photo Taipei Bienniale

Mika Rottenberg Bowls Balls Souls Holes (AV), 2014 photo Taipei Bienniale

Mika Rottenberg
Bowls Balls Souls Holes (AV), 2014
photo Taipei Bienniale

Jr-Shin Luo Terrarium: “Ong Lai,” “Bird’s Nests,” “Moss Balls”, 2014 photo Taipei Bienniale

Jr-Shin Luo
Terrarium: “Ong Lai,” “Bird’s Nests,” “Moss Balls”, 2014
photo Taipei Bienniale

 

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