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Li Li (CHN): SIMMERING

31.03.2016 to 22.05.2016 - SCHAURAUM Angewandte
Host: Q21

Li Li (CHN): SIMMERING

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Li Li (CHN): SIMMERING Li Li (CHN): SIMMERING

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Opening: Thu, Mar 31, 19:00
Venue: SCHAURAUM Angewandte
Admission free

Chongquing is a loud city - music, advertising announcements and blaring traffic mingle in a soundscape that reaches an average of 100 dB. Chaos and a hectic hustle and bustle determine daily routine. The city streets bubble like a Chinese hot pot, a traditional dish served simmering.
Loud crashing and banging symbolizes the search for happiness, the power of thunder is an expression of the emergence of life. Chongquing´s citizens face this ear-splitting noise with ambivalence: does it signify security and hope or uncertainty and fear?
Recordings of the streets of Chongqing comprise the sound carpet of this exhibition, causing the remains of lighted fire-crackers to vibrate.

Li Li was born 1982 in Chongqing, China. 2001-2005 she studied oil painting at Sichuan Fine Art Institute, Chongqing. Li Li is working on daily life themes realising interactive events in public space, using simple materials and reduced technology. She is Artist-in-Residence of Q21/MQ in March 2016.

Image: © Li Li
 

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