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Pei Hsuan Wang photo Dani Gherca Pei Hsuan Wang

Pei-Hsuan Wang

1987, Taiwan
Wang's oeuvre reads like one long story, to which a new chapter is added every time. This includes the exhibition of two ceramic sculptures that were used for casting the two bronze sculptures 'Al Met Der Tyd' that are currently on display at the Beaufort Triennial. She also considers this installation a continuation of her previous exhibition Ghost Eat Mud at Kunsthal Gent. The title of this project refers to a Cantonese expression about confused and incoherently transmitted thoughts. In a way, this is a general metaphor for Wang's work. The installation in rhizome_ develops motifs and references in an equally non-linear fashion. This allows the artist to create space for a successful cross-pollination between cultures, traditions and symbols. It is the poetry of a highly layered message that reveals itself to visitors like a treasure chest that takes them a while to discover.

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