My Body Holds Its Shape is the exhibition takes “body” as a metaphor, and treats “me” and “we” as individuals, objects, collectives, or countries. It speculates on our desire to tame the chaotic world and control the future. In this process, we are unconsciously immersed in the course of daily life: cleverly walking in the world to control the others with power.
This is an exhibition of five artists, revolving around the meaning of restriction and restraint, trying to broaden or break. They make it material for artistic creation rather than a disgusting frame. These method packages including continuous sorting, editing, and reorganization of materials on the exhibition site; some of the works are.
The tirelessly polished mirror sculpture tells the bitter history of the Lao agricultural group; there are also works melting the boundary between words and images to make them vivid and vivid; there are also installations designed to the confused dreams and sober state. These artworks experiment with the concept of “sculpture” and explore differently; The ecology and facts, and with a polite attitude and perseverance, understand the true face of things.