Exhibition

The Mulberry Forest Becoming Ocean

20 Jan 2017 – 25 Feb 2017

Regular hours

Friday
11:00 – 18:00
Saturday
11:00 – 18:00
Tuesday
11:00 – 18:00
Wednesday
11:00 – 18:00
Thursday
11:00 – 18:00

Esther Schipper

Berlin
Berlin, Germany

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  • The M85 and M48 bus routes have stops on Potsdamer Strasse at Lützowstrasse. (1 min. walk). Alternatively, take the M29 which stops at Potsdamer Brücke. (5 min. walk)
  • Take either the U1 to Kurfürstenstrasse or the U2 to Bülowstrasse and exit onto Potsdamer Strasse. Esther Schipper Gallery and Office are just a 3 minute walk away.

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Esther Schipper is pleased to present The Mulberry Forest Becoming Ocean, a group exhibition with works by Pak Sheung Chuen, IM Heung-soon, Tao Hui, Minjung Kim and Prabhavathi Meppayil.

About

Following the 2008 CYLWXZ exhibition of Chinese artists, curated by Philip Tinari, this is the second curated exhibition at Esther Schipper focusing exclusively on Asian artists. The exhibition will include film, sculpture and work on paper.

The title, The Mulberry Forest Becoming Ocean, is based on a Chinese proverb invoking the constancy of change brought by time. All five artists included in the exhibition address the notion of time with distinct philosophical and artistic voices that, while informed by globalized discourse, have developed formal and conceptual vocabularies specific to their respective traditions. In addition, The Mulberry Forest Becoming Ocean highlights the unique approaches to the continued effects of colonial experiences— political, philosophical, cultural, artistic and personal. Aside from addressing an expanded present with distinct temporalities, histories, and experiences of time existing simultaneously, the artists included in The Mulberry Forest Becoming Ocean draw on philosophical traditions that consider time not strictly in linear terms, allowing for narratives of development, evolution, and recuperation of past.

Exhibiting artists

Pak Sheung Chuen

Prabhavathi Meppayil

IM Heung-soon

Tao Hui

Minjung Kim

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