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“F GRASS” BY AI WEIWEI

Now at the Vancouver Biennale.

The controversial Chinese artist, Ai Weiwei has once again unveiled a public installation causing public reaction. Made up of over 1300 oxidised iron pieces of glass, the installment resembles a calligraphic “F” from the air – a reference to the most famous of cursewords. The work is the continuation of Weiwei’s large-scale installation titled “Sunflower Seeds” made for Tate in 2010 as they both share a similar idea focusing on the relationship between the individual and the collective under the concept of censorship. The piece was manufactured by workers in China- like most of his other pieces- following the global trend of using cheap labor. Be sure to include it in your must-see artworks for 2015 list as the piece will occupy the space for the whole year.

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