A story can be something that should have happened but never did. It deviates from its original course, turning from reality into fiction. If what should have happened didn't happen, does it become entirely fictional? Do the events that were supposed to occur intersect with the ones that replaced them in some hidden space? How do splintered subjectivities exist in multiple possibilities of reality?
In this artists conversation, Yu Ji, Dong Longyue, and Wang Xiaofu will focus on their co-created texts and discuss their collaborative process of making the exhibition We the singular in multiple ghosts. I the multiple as parts of whole. happen in a time and space interspersed with incidents from reality and superimposed layers of stories.
In Chinese and English (with simultaneous interpretation in English). Please bring your photo ID to borrow the interpretation device.
Free and open to the public.
Registration is required.
To register, please click on the “Register” button on the left of this page or scan the QR code below. Please register by 17:00 (UTC+8) on 20 October.
In conjunction with We the singular in multiple ghosts. I the multiple as parts of whole.
The exhibition We the singular in multiple ghosts. I the multiple as parts of whole and related events are presented as the third season of the ICA’s second artist research program, Another Knowledge Is Possible (2021-24), exploring neglected and repressed ways of knowing and the complex politics of knowledge decolonization.