Chorus by Tuo Wang, January 8th – February 19th, 2016

The opening reception of Chorus will take place in the Craddock-Terry Gallery on Friday, January 8th, 2016. 5:30 – 8:00 pm.

Through his performative manipulation on individuals’ lived experiences and intervention in intellectual legacies, Tuo Wang’s practice attempts to examine the unreliable relationship between the contemporary human status, myth and cultural archive. In the self-referential environments that he constructs, dramatic, often humorous, and absurd aspects of the concept of society are exposed. His work has recently exhibited in Taiwan, Albania, Egypt, and New York. Tuo Wang is currently an artist-in-residence at the Queens Museum.

On view through February 19th. Gallery hours are 12-5 pm Wednesday-Sunday or by appointment; free and open to the public.

Click here to learn more about the artist.

Tuo Wang, La bohème, 2015, 9’01”, multi-channel HD video (installation)
Tuo Wang, La bohème, 2015, 9’01”, multi-channel HD video (installation)
Reading
Tuo Wang, Project Reading-White Daisy, 2013, 5’44”, two-channel HD video (installation)

2 thoughts on “Chorus by Tuo Wang, January 8th – February 19th, 2016”

  1. This installation was inspired. I felt very drawn to the moments where the videos seemed to line up, shot wise. I also really liked the trinity set.

Leave a Reply

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This
Riverviews Artspace Lynchburg Virginia

Join Our Community

Join hundreds of people, just like you, who are passionate about the arts and receive our newsletter highlighting First Fridays, new galleries, Small Theatre / Big Screen Film series, and all the other exciting happenings at Riverviews.

Awesome! You're now subscribed and will keep up to date on happenings at Riverviews.