Catherine Biocca and Yuki Kishino‘s joint Multiple Choice, Double Happiness exhibition is at Beijing’s I: project space opening April 25 and running May 25.
The show is presented by Jenifer Nails, a collaboration between Gislind Köhler and Daniel Stempfer, which began in 2013 and continues to make and be involved in curatorial projects like Us at Sofia’s Swimming Pool alongside the likes of other artist-curatorial contemporary do-ers, Life Sport, Peach and I: project space.
Multiple Choice, Double Happiness will contemplate issues of transformation and translation of art works in variable contexts. The press release suggests an element of engagement or conversation between the artworks presented by Biocca, whose work seems to present and dissect flat images of cultural landscapes and Frankfurt-based Kishino surrounding the types of “grammar of cultural artefacts”.
See the I: project space exhibition page for more details.**
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