Ai Weiwei “Map of China” is made using Tieli wood from destroyed Qing Dynasty temples. Traditional joinery that poses subtle questions and a critique about China’s perceived domination of Taiwan and regions such as Tibet.
Chaz Scott//Intern I really like Ai Weiwei's idea of converging contemporary art with prehistoric art.
ai weiwei installs seven large-scale works on alcatraz island
Ai Weiwei, ‘Blossom’, 2014 (installation detail, Alcatraz hospital) Photo by Jan Stürmann, courtesy of FOR-SITE foundation