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Candice Lin : pigs & poison = Zhū hé dúyào
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  • Candice Lin : pigs & poison = Zhū hé dúyào
Varying Form of Title
  • Candice Lin : = Zhū hé dúyào, chinois
Publication, Distribution, etc. (Imprint)
  • Mousse Publishing, Milano : 2023
  • 2023
  • Språk: Engelska.
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Physical Description
  • 1 volume (114 p.) illustrations en noir et en couleur. 25 cm.
General Note
  • Publié à l'occasion de l'exposition tenue à Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, Aotearoa (Nouvelle-Zélande), du 8 août au 15 novembre 2020, au Guangdong Times Museum, Canton (Chine), du 20 mars au 16 mai 2021 et à Spike Island, Bristol (Royaume-Uni), du 5 février au 8 mai 2022.
  • Texte en anglais seul.
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Notes bibliographiques en fin de chaque texte.
Summary, etc
  • Candice Lin's art explores marginalized histories, colonial legacies, and the materials that link them. She invokes and interrogates volatile themes through a research-based practice, giving them a sensuous reality through substances like tobacco, opium poppies, bone-black pigment, and lard. More resonant and pungent than usual art materials, her artworks seep and spill--and in this, they evoke the unruly stains of the exploitation, migration, and disease they reference. Her exhibition, experienced through the ears, nose, and skin as much as through the eyes, calls up centuries-old racialized traumas that still have uncanny and urgent meaning today.[...] Lin's title refers to the nineteenth-century trade in Chinese indentured laborers--disparagingly called “pigs”--and to opium, or “poison,” which in the same period was imported by the British to China and used as both a commodity and a mechanism for controlling the workers who became addicted to it.
Issuing Body Note
  • Autres contributions : Alvin Li, Lisa Lowe, Shani Mootoo, Zara Stanhopes.
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  • 9788867495580
  • 8867495585
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A sculptural installation evoking the unruly stains of exploitation, migration and disease

The work of Los Angeles-based artist Candice Lin (born 1979) explores marginalized histories and colonial legacies. Combining diverse materials (lard, opium poppy, bone black pigment), Pigs and Poison weaves together stories of migration, biological warfare, and British and American colonial relationships with China.

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