Thomas Hirschhorn is included in 'Re-Sculpt'
'Re-Sculpt' is the first exhibition dedicated to Thomas Hirschhorn in China. Aiming to give form to truths that underly everyday life, Hirschhorn uses the aesthetic of ruins to explore the inextricability of destruction and creation.
Transformed into a communal studio for the general public, the 2000 square metres of the McAM is 're-sculpted' as a space of resistance and creativity. Within this erratic landscape of ruins are workspaces for visitors, who are welcomed to use the materials provided to help transform the crumbling space with their own ideas.
24 November 2018 - 17 February 2019
Thomas Hirschhorn at Ming Contemporary