Helen Pynor at The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts

June 9, 2017

Helen Pynor’s new installation ‘The End is a Distant Memory’ is currently on show at The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts in Taichung as part of the group exhibition ‘No Such Thing As Gravity’. Co-curated by Prof Mike Stubbs and Dr Rob La Frenais, this exhibition emphasises trans-disciplinary collaborations between contemporary art and science.

Pynor’s installation subverts what we believe about life and death through an exploration of the living animal cells that survive in the meat we buy for food and the ambiguities of human near-death experiences. She developed her concept during a five-month residency at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden during 2015.

Exhibition Dates: 22.04 – 25.06.2017






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