More Than Live Art—Re: Play

The Re:Play exhibition builds up its depth and breadth through historical, contemporary, and collective aspects. Works address the issues of gender, traditional culture, history, social movements and space, also touching upon creators’ personal experiences while revealing experimental attempts. They are arranged to present comparisons and contrasts of the past and present on multiple levels. Rather than being filled with discourses about history, much of this exhibition is given over to visitor experiences, opening up more space for imagination and discussion.

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