Cohesive Holes

by Travis Jeppesen on April 9, 2013


“As an embodiment of the myriad contradictions that China
finds itself mired in today, MadeIn effectively explodes the
double-mindedness that Chinese artists have had to internalize
in the post-Tiananmen era. The million little shards that
result, when put together, probably wouldn’t form a cohesive
whole. If anything, they’ll yield a cohesive hole.”

My essay on MadeIn Company appears in the April issue of Art in America.

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