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Sun Xun 孫遜

Who first saw the stars?, 2018

Woodcut painting, Artificial diamonds, UV-A light
36 × 72 × 1/5 in
91.5 × 183 × 0.6 cm
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Hong Kong
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Sun Xun 孫遜
Chinese, b. 1980
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Sun Xun’s intense skepticism of historical narrative and disillusionment with the post-1949 “New …

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Sun Xun’s intense skepticism of historical narrative and disillusionment with the post-1949 “New China” informs the political and fanciful nature of his installations, drawings, and animations. Sun’s sequence animations are created by drawing, erasing, and recording individual frames and stringing them together to …

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Sun Xun 孫遜
Chinese, b. 1980
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Sun Xun’s intense skepticism of historical narrative and disillusionment with the post-1949 “New …

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Sun Xun’s intense skepticism of historical narrative and disillusionment with the post-1949 “New China” informs the political and fanciful nature of his installations, drawings, and animations. Sun’s sequence animations are created by drawing, erasing, and recording individual frames and stringing them together to …

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Sun Xun 孫遜

Who first saw the stars?, 2018

Woodcut painting, Artificial diamonds, UV-A light
36 × 72 × 1/5 in
91.5 × 183 × 0.6 cm
This is a unique work.
Contact For Price
location
Hong Kong
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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