Zhou Xiaohu. Courtesy the artist.
Critical of the role and influence of visual media in everyday life, Zhou Xiaohu’s (b. 1960 in Changzhou, China) practice reflects on how history is documented in a digital age where particular details may be privileged, fabricated, altered, and omitted. Working across performance, photography, installation, sculpture, video, and animation, Zhou’s work has most recently been shown at the 8th Gwangju Biennial (2010); Tate Modern, London (2010); National Art Museum of China, Beijing (2010); Long March Space, Beijing (2010); BOZAR, Brussels (2009); and the Walsh Gallery, Chicago (2008).
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