Wet-Togetherness [3]—Flushing: Hao Pei Chu and Liam Young presented by Shanghai Biennale

June 2, 2021 00:18:23

Pipes connect our bodies with larger ecosystems. They help dispose of and relocate sewage while sustaining the image of its disappearance. Pipes enact the apparent separation between humans and their waste. They are part of the physiological trait, for they help us get rid of that which we no longer want to recognize as ours.

Hao Pei Chu, Liam Young

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