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Yang Fudong East of Que Village
Solo Exhibition ShanghART Main Space, Shanghai
Date: 09.07, 2008 - 10.20, 2008

Artists: YANG Fudong 杨福东

Opening Reception: September 6, 2008, 5-8 pm
September 7 – October 12, 2008
ShanghART Gallery
50 Moganshan Rd., Bldg. 16
200060 Shanghai, China
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East of Que Village (2007) evolves around an untamed pack of dogs, fighting to survive at the most basic level of existence, in an arid, desolate, and unforgiving expanse of northern Chinese landscape. A handful of humans also appear, engaged in their own dogged battle for survival. The work questions the value of life in contemporary China, and the desires an individual has a right to expect from his or her existence. It is perhaps Fudong’s most personal film to date, drawing on the bitter and cold feelings that he associates with the rural China of his childhood, and which embody for him a sense of isolation and loss that is increasingly present within society.

Yang Fudong’s works investigate the structure and formation of identity through myth, personal memory and lived experience. Each of his works is a dramatic existential experience and a challenge to take on. His work is open-ended and inconclusive, therefore open to individual interpretation. Each film and video is about the human condition.

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