Hao Jingban, ‘An Afternoon Ball’, 2013, Blindspot Gallery

An Afternoon Ball tries various approaches to apply image as means of narrating history. An Afternoon Ball is an observation and documentation of the ballroom. In the mean time of representing a regular ball, it attempts to present the abstract space formed by the dancers in the ballroom, their spatial relationships, the directions of their lines of sight, eye contact, as well as the psychological relationship amongst them. In these weaving of individual and collective portraits, in what shapes will the memories and history show themselves up?

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