Exhibition: Public Intimacy
6 March 2020 to 7 March 2020 | 12pm 5pm
Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art, 1 Hester Road, SW11 4AN
Join us for the next exhibition opening at the Dyson Gallery with Public Intimacy, a double-solo exhibition by Chang Gao & Hanxuan Jiang created around individual experience in public space.
Public Intimacy focuses on the ambiguity between the public space and private space. It explores and questions the boundary between farness and nearness and the tension between the very personal matter of the human body and its relations to public space. Chang’s artworks inquire how human desire can provoke the audiences’ bodily reactivity in public space, while Hanxuan’s interest situates between the personal and collective sense of familiarity in the notion of “farness” and “nearness”. Both of them are examining the relations between humans, space and the sense of intimacy. The exhibition presents multiple media works using hologram installations, films, prints, interactive sculptures and mixed media installations.
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Private View: 6th March, 6-9pm