C-print plywood on aluminium
Edition 6 of 6
110 x 337 cm
Signed and numbered in the front
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“The Cultural Revolution impressed me so much when I was a child, that it is the permanent inspiration of my creation. It needs to be explored constantly. I still remember the period when red flags and Dazibao were at everywhere on the street. The horrified violence in Chongqing was very famous in my motherland and became my fertile resources.” – Tian Taiquan.
The Totem Recollection series: Lying on a red and infinite landscape of stigmatised Mao figures, the nudity of a dead woman body is sacrificed on the altar of communism. Raping sensuality, a green military suit with a glittering badge stands as the character’s only piece of clothing. As if swallowed by an immense propaganda sea, semi buried women go unnoticed as their blood merges with the red abyss of the Revolution. Tied up with thick and solid ropes, some convey the impossibility to differ or escape from the unique party’s path.
Tian Taiquan: Solo Exhibition, Art Plural Gallery, Singapore, 2 November to 3 October 2013
Regards Croisés: A Selection of Asian Contemporary Art, Art Plural Gallery, Singapore, 2011, p. 76-77
Tian Taiquan weighs the factual truth about the Cultural Revolution in China through his art. The strength and reality of what he experienced in the political and cultural realm of his life is depicted in a visual manner through digital ... see the artist page