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Evelyn Wang, 2020, in her exhibition Reflection Paper (2020)
Courtesy of Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf, Germany.
China-born, Netherlands-based artist Evelyn T. Wang (born 1981) presents a new lecture-performance about layers. Layers of paint, ink, and graphite. Layers of make-up and their destiny. Layers of identities. Layers of language, one stacked on top of the other, loose and controlled, singing over speaking, listening over talking. The last layer is one made out of time—meeting painter Agnes Martin in the ruin of her semi-Zen garden to discuss how the body dissolves every line drawn, every color chosen.
This program is made possible with the support of Prada.
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