By Lucille Enel on July 30, 2017
By Lucille Enel on March 9, 2016
“Temple of Candour” at Beijing Commune is Liang Shuo’s latest attempt at a conceptual treatment of an exhibition space. In Six Records of a Floating Life,Shen Fu, a writer from the Qing dynasty, gave an account of adilapidated monastery named wuyin chanyuan, which translates to “Temple of Candour”. Here, Liang Shuo restores its spatial allure based on the writer’s description. Throughout the exhibition space, the artist presents to the public an improvised, site-specific, and experiential happening.
By Lucille Enel on July 28, 2013
By Lucille Enel on April 30, 2009
By Lucille Enel on March 28, 2009
When I spoke to Liang Shuo about the interview, he directly answered that it could be fun to do it like a game with particular rules. The game’s rules were different for each question: for example answer within 15 words, using three verbs or within 20 seconds or finish the sentence… The idea was to […]