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Exhibition | 29 – 30 June 2019, 11am – 6pm

Private View | 28 June, Friday, 6 – 9 pm
Death Tearoom | 29 June, Saturday, 3 – 4 pm

Within the medical context, death is often defined as the permanent cessation of all vital functions that sustain a living organism and implicates the hereafter nothingness. By the time we are gone, however, scrutinises the convoluted cultural connotations of this biological condition in the contemporary society. Through experiments with various media, the artists investigate how death relates to the conception of ultimate ending, evokes human or religious imagination of afterlife, and catalyses discussions around social, religious and environmental issues.

Tan Kian Ming
Parichat Tanapiwattanakul
Wu Pei Chi
Siuman Wu

Curated by
Rinrada Na Chiangmai
Sandra Wan Yi Lam
I-Ying Liu

Members of SE°111

Supported by
Goldsmiths Alumni & Friends Fund

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