Rebel (2020) by Yin Xiuzhen from her exhibition Sky Patch. Photo: courtesy of Chat (Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile) Rebel (2020) by Yin Xiuzhen from her exhibition Sky Patch. Photo: courtesy of Chat (Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile)
Rebel (2020) by Yin Xiuzhen from her exhibition Sky Patch. Photo: courtesy of Chat (Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile)

Chinese artist Yin Xiuzhen talks about love, family and rebellion, and her collaborative exhibition in Hong Kong

  • Yin Xiuzhen challenges the notion of the solo artist, working with her family and members of the public
  • Her exhibition Sky Patch comprises installations that speak to travel, rebellion and reconciliation

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Rebel (2020) by Yin Xiuzhen from her exhibition Sky Patch. Photo: courtesy of Chat (Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile) Rebel (2020) by Yin Xiuzhen from her exhibition Sky Patch. Photo: courtesy of Chat (Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile)
Rebel (2020) by Yin Xiuzhen from her exhibition Sky Patch. Photo: courtesy of Chat (Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile)
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