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Each souvenir handpicked from London's most beloved landmarks, visitors are invited into the interactive installation and take home their favourite souvenir.
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Born in Taipei, Taiwan and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Tree Chu is a visual artist whose practice primarily revolves around printed matter, installations and participatory performances. Tree is fascinated by the everyday and enjoys making works about how peculiar human beings are. Most of Tree's work inevitably involves garbage or food.
- BFA Visual Arts and Psychology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 2017
- '…we can know more than we can tell…', Audain Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada, 2019; 'Sisyphus', Hockney Gallery, London, 2019; 'What a Relief', CGP Gallery, London, 2019; 'One Thousand Kinds of Wind', Gordon Neighbourhood House, Vancouver, 2016; 'Re:Exhibition', Audain Art Centre, Vancouver, 2016; 'The Murmuring', Hatch Gallery, Vancouver, 2016; 'More More Better', Interurban Art Gallery, Vancouver, 2016; 'Art and Subversive Acts', AMS Gallery, Vancouver, 2015; 'PRINTED MATTER', READ Books, Vancouver, 2014; 'In The Academy', AMS Gallery, Vancouver, 2014