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Dimensions: 194.5cm (H) x 206.5cm (W) / 76.6" (H) x 81.3" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
The artist uses "milling engraving" on metal plate to get rid of the lines and tones drawn and painted in his previous works. The lines and tones are then substituted by mechanical traces of milling cutter operated by a digital controlled lathe, that is to create and produce a standardized style of life with the standardized mode of manufacturing.
194.5 (H) x 146 (W) x 5 (D) cm
60.5 (H) x 60.5 (W) x 5 (D) cm
Total: 194.5 (H) x 206.5 (W) cm
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Gao Lei's art practice spans multiple media, including installation, sculpture, photography, and painting. Gao often adopts everyday objects and "standardized" industrial products as the essential component, whose works are manipulated through synthetic or abstract regulatory forms, in which the functions, properties, and meanings are tampered with or added through blurring transformation. Thus, they become a scale or model for measuring various domains such as the body, power, consumption, and religion. Through precise material testing and vectorization of graphics, Gao's works, along with the objects they confront and the questions raised, alternate between spatial and conceptual dimensions, allowing the viewer to re-examine and remeasure our inherent boundaries with the world using a standard other than that of experience.
Gao’s works have been the subject of solo exhibitions at White Space (Beijing, China), Arario Gallery (Seoul, Korea), Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, etc. His works have also been exhibited in international art institutions including, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Minsheng Art Museum (Shanghai), Long Museum, Tank Shanghai, Hao Art Museum, Guangdong Times Art Museum, Singapore Art Museum, Institute of Modern Art (Valencia, Spain), Tinguely Museum (Basel, Switzerland), Ludwig Museum im Deutschherrenhaus (Coblence, Germany), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Korea), and others.
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