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based in Düsseldorf, focuses on book mediums, artistic research, and visual design.






























Vanishing No. 002
Artist’s Book, Exhibition
594×840 / 99×120 mm, Edition of 1

















Artist
Wai Lun HSU, Lai Ping So

Concept & Research
Wai Lun HSU, Lai Ping So

Printing & Production
mmmmor studio


Exhibition
Burn After Reading
Solo Exhibtion of Artist Duo Wai Lun HSU & Lai Ping SO
31.10–17.11.2021, PMQ, Hong Kong


















































Mark
Vanishing No. 002
Exhibited in Oct 2021
594×840 / 99×120 mm

Artist’s Book, Exhibition
Vanishing is a series of images and artists' books that address the idea of "Burn After Reading." The works extend the process of consumption when a thing has been destroyed ("burned"). The brief but destructive changes it has been subjected to have been extended to pages, frames, and books. Thus, the structure of a book becomes a tool to indicate "time", like an infinite loop or a large paper divided into pages and then into a book.
    This work has its origins in the troubled history of the draconian book censorship of the Chinese National Party that prevailed in mainland China before the 1940s and in Taiwan after 1950.
    Vanishing No. 002 is a response to a small part of that history, in which any book with tiny references to communism is banned. The inspiration comes from a banned publication that was transformed into an unrecognized book by erasing it and splitting it into fragments to reimagine the process of destroying an image.



Artist    Wai Lun HSU, Lai Ping So
Concept & Research    Wai Lun HSU, Lai Ping So
Printing & Production    mmmmor studio


Exhibition
Burn After Reading
Solo Exhibtion of Artist Duo Wai Lun HSU & Lai Ping SO
31.10–17.11.2021, PMQ, Hong Kong

Mark

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