Cola project by He Xiangyu
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In 2008, the artist worked with factory workers to boil up thousands of litres of cola drink over a period of a year. This ubiquitous material was slowly transformed into a syrupy black sludge and finally into lumps of gleaming coal-like crystals. These crystals were later ground down and turned into ink, which the artist then used to create Song dynasty style ink paintings, in the age-old manner of artists reproducing the landscape and sentiment of master paintings. He Xiangyu is a young artist whose work is representative of a kind of minimalism embued with a strong conceptual foundation based upon Chinese cultural thinking.
- Between Friday 16 March and Saturday 05 May from 11.00 to 18.00
Gallery Opening Hours
Tuesday – Saturday
11am – 6pm
4A - Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, 181-187 Hay Street Haymarket 2000 Venue details
4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
02 9212 0380
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4A - Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, 181-187 Hay Street Haymarket 2000