New Taipei City Arts and Culture Center was deliberately arranged by the curator to create a "nothing" exhibition. Without the usual partition walls, the wide and long exhibition space can be seen at a glance. In the spacious and bright first exhibition room, He Cairou's "20200804" cuts a wide and long exhibition space with a red line up to 50 meters long, and draws out a framed scene like an invisible partition; the light bulb at the end of the line echoes from afar.
Author of the slowly falling light bulb in telemarketing list his online work "20200610". 1_He Cairou_20200804_Composite media, the size depends on the venue Photo Credit: Provided to Martian Anthropologists New Taipei City Arts and Culture Center exhibition area overview: In the center of the picture is He Cairou's work "20200804" (composite media, size depends on the venue, 2020), and on the right is Eric Vattier x Zhang Junyi's work "Low-key work -- A Tribute to Bleuerger (Cadenside, 450 × 300 cm, 2020).
On the left is Qi Jian's "Fish Tank Live" (iron, neon tube, mirror, wood, 64 × 161 × 148 cm, 2020) Lai Zhisheng's "Toilet Paper" hangs down from the height of the exhibition hall. The paper rolls fluttering in the wind echo the micro-moving water patterns in the online work "Light Boat". Chen Wanren left a luminous LED panel light at the scene to provide the holiday scene of the online work "I'M LITTLE BUT I HAVE BIG DREAMS", a light source that never goes out.