A view of Christopher K. Ho’s work CX888 at UCCA's Meditations in an Emergency exhibition in Beijing. Photo: courtesy Christopher Ho A view of Christopher K. Ho’s work CX888 at UCCA's Meditations in an Emergency exhibition in Beijing. Photo: courtesy Christopher Ho
A view of Christopher K. Ho’s work CX888 at UCCA's Meditations in an Emergency exhibition in Beijing. Photo: courtesy Christopher Ho
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Artist Christopher K. Ho reflects on identity, the meaning of home and the nature of the nation state

  • Christopher K. Ho, US-raised but born in Hong Kong, uses a mock-up of a Cathay Pacific airliner cabin to explore ideas about identity and reverse migration
  • The artist’s newest project, a response to rising nationalism, explores the idea of a multiverse as a model for nation states with diverse populations

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A view of Christopher K. Ho’s work CX888 at UCCA's Meditations in an Emergency exhibition in Beijing. Photo: courtesy Christopher Ho A view of Christopher K. Ho’s work CX888 at UCCA's Meditations in an Emergency exhibition in Beijing. Photo: courtesy Christopher Ho
A view of Christopher K. Ho’s work CX888 at UCCA's Meditations in an Emergency exhibition in Beijing. Photo: courtesy Christopher Ho
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