Wu Tsang @ 356 S. Mission Road, Sep 11 – Nov 6

, 9 September 2016

Wu Tsang is presenting solo exhibition The Luscious Land of God is Sinking at Los Angeles’ 356 S. Mission Road, opening September 11 and running to November 6.

There is little information provided on the Los Angeles-based artist’s show itself but it does follow a recent performance of ‘You Sad Legend’ in the same space in August, with Boychild and Patrick Belaga.

It’s part of an ongoing series that also surfaced in an iteration in Athen’s The Breeder in April, which explores “different modes of storytelling through an improvisational structure of voice, movement, and musical score”, and builds on the themes of Tsang’s 2014 film, ‘A day in the life of bliss’, which also features Boychild and was exhibited as part of ICA London’s July 2015 group exhibition Looks

See the 356 S Mission Rd website for details.**

Wu Tsang. Installation view of Looks (22 April 2015 - 21 June, 2015). Institute of Contemporary Arts London (ICA). Photo by Mark Blower.
Wu Tsang, ‘A day in the life of bliss’ (2014). Installation view. Photo by Mark Blower. Courtesy ICA, London. 

Header image: Wu Tsang, ‘A day in the life of bliss’ (2014). Courtesy Sammlung Haus N, Kiel.