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The Start Museum preparatory team presents “Genealogy Study of Artists No.2 Wudi: Romantic Language”, from 18 January 2019 to 10 March 2019. As the second project, the preparatory team discusses the artist’s artistic practice in a multi-dimensional approach, focusing on her unique perception of the world and her “repetitive” approach to creation. The publication includes selected works, exhibition sites, and a wealth of research content.
“Wu Di’s cynicism became subtle in recent years, or integrated with a strong sense of critical thinking. The “shout of youth” was replaced by some chattery ambiguity and sarcasm without swearwords, in the mean time, more exhibition experiences make her study of multi-media such as paintings, space and installations more in-depth. During the end of 2018, Wu Di is once again indulged in “romantic language”, and created a set of works centering on unidentifiable “texts”. She paints and transforms the texts in order to deprive the signifying function of the symbols in her works, and places her hope on the audience who can be mentally connected, and perhaps, we can feel language, and everything, romantically.”
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