The exhibition Uncertainties: PRD Post-pandemic Contemporary Art Exhibition explores this 2020’s most problematic and worldwide theme: the coronavirus pandemic. According to the curator, it’s a reflection of the future and what it may represent for nations all over the world.
“”Post-pandemic” era refers to the adaptation period that we prepare to coexist with the virus, with all the uncertainties of the past and present and the future. The best-case scenario we can hope for is, a vaccine would be found and the pandemic would be fully contained in the near future. On the other hand, the most pessimistic, worst-case scenario could be: the coronavirus mutates and yet we fail to develop a vaccine and the outbreak spikes again. How can we predict these? Meanwhile, in any case, in the context of today’s global geopolitics, everything is uncertain and uncertainty is everything.
In the exhibition, four sections crisscrossing each other, altogether creating the exhibition’s “temperament” in a mysterious way. Confronting the current turbulence and insecurity with keen perception, participating artists converse with and reflect on the reality and the future world through their works. And beyond this exhibition, we will continue to live with the pandemic and incertitude in the days to come.”
The exhibition is divided into four different sections and it’s curated by Wang Jing (Independent Curator), Wu Jing (curator of OCT Boxes Art Museum), He Junyan (independent curator) and Noah Ng (president of Ox Warehouse).
When: Daily, 12:00pm–7:00pm, July 30–September 6, 2020
Where: Ox Warehouse, 15 Rua do Volong, GF, 1F & 2F Gallery, Macau
How much: Free admission
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