"When falling, people have two fears: The first is fear of the pain we expect to feel upon crashing into the ground. But if we continue falling endlessly we experience another sort of fear, the fear that we will continue to plummet eternally, that we will never fall to earth. The former will eventually fade away, but the latter is a fear that will never cease."
“Groundless”, Zhang Hui's last solo exhibition held two years ago at Long March Space Beijing was inspired by such fears. The exhibition title is imbued with this never-ceasing fear of endless uncertainty, of never reaching the ground, fear of a physical and mental existence lacking foundations. For two years, Zhang Hui continued read more