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Clouds, Power and Ornament – Roving Central Asia

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Clouds, Power and Ornament – Roving Central Asia

 

Taking textile and crafts as the starting point, CHAT’s Spring Programme 2023 Clouds, Power and Ornament – Roving Central Asia offered an in-depth exploration of the vast interconnected territory with its multi-layered politics, societies and cultures. The exhibition had two parts: Clouds and Power co-curated by Slavs and Tatars and You Mi, and Suture: Reimagining Ornament curated by Alexandra Tsay.

Through thoughtfully curated and presented images, exhibition documentary video, essays by CHAT in-house curator Wang Weiwei and guest curators Slavs and Tatars, You Mi and Alexandra Tsay, this catalogue provides a richly illustrated and in-depth summary of the exhibition. Join us on this captivating journey exploring Central Asia that will help us break through the limitations of binary opposition to uncover more fluid ways of thinking about complexity and contradiction and learn the ways and wisdom of coexistence in diversity.

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Exhibition | Clouds, Power and Ornament – Roving Central Asia

  • Published
    08.2023

    US$15

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