REVIEW: Takehiro Iikawa & Lyota Yagi's “Once Was Now, Now is Over, Yet Will Come” @ Platform China

Nov 27, 2013 9:43AM

This year, Platform China put on a series of shows in Beijing and Hong Kong inviting artists and audiences to pick apart the relationship between time and space under the title “A Thriving Morphology.” For their part, Japanese artists Takehiro Iikawa and Lyota Yagi were offered the gallery’s Hong Kong space, in the eastern industrial district of Chai Wan. But despite the generous accommodations, the pair’s heady concepts were not given much room, either conceptually or physically.


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