In this exhibition, “Home” has two definitions. One is a place where artists physically exist and where you can find clues of their social and cultural background. The other one is a place where artists can open up their internal world and have a private conversation with themselves sincerely.
Likewise, there are two kinds of viewers in this exhibition. One is artists themselves. Will they think of the definition of freedom in their art making process, and review their artworks as if they are a third party? The other one is real viewers. Will they have deeper understanding of these artworks through the artists’ exhibition places, voices and words?
The Internet is a flexible medium for communication and a place full of possibilities for arts creation. Sans has done a fantastic design to combine the artworks, voices and words of 28 artists together and bring out the unique characteristics of artists from different cities.
Home is an exhibition space. This idea comes from an imagination: Why do artists continue making artworks when there are so many limitations of the reality and people’s mind? What do their artworks represent? In the end, if they have nothing at all, how do they communicate with this world? One thing comes up in my mind: Home is an exhibition space.