Ziyang Wu: Where Did Macy Go?

Ziyang Wu: Where Did Macy Go?

WHEN
21 January – 20 February 2021
VENUE
Hatch Art Project, 7 Yong Siak Street (go to Google maps)
OPENING HOURS
Tues – Sat, 10am – 7pm
Sun, 10am – 5pm
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
https://www.hatchartproject.com

Ziyang Wu: Where Did Macy Go?

Where Did Macy Go? is an 11-episode animated video told through a series reports of Macy’s encounter with the epidemic, life during the quarantine. The video discusses the collapse of old community structures, the emergence of a new community after decollectivization, Confucian obedience vs. social obedience, as well as the new telerepublic of home, “mask politics” and social justice under the pandemic.

Ziyang Wu, Where Did Macy Go, 2020. Image courtesy of the artist and Hatch Art Project.
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