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"Blossom Fever on Avenue Joffre" by Liu Dao
TITLE "Blossom Fever on Avenue Joffre" (桥富李街上的花季)
ARTIST Liu Dao 六岛
MEDIA LED display, sand & resin coating, teakwood frame
DATE Made in island6, Shanghai 2011
SIZE 108.5(W)×108.5(H)×9.5(D) cm |42.7(W)×42.7(H)×3.74(D) inches
TECH SPECS 3×MW LPV-60-5 (INPUT 100-240V AC /1.2A 50/60 HZ - OUTPUT 5V/8.0A)

UNCRATED: 36.4 kg |80 lb • CRATED: 71 kg | 156.5 lb


121(W)×121(H)×24(D) cm | 47.6(W)×47.6(H)×9.5(D) inches

EXPOSURE Exhibited in "Goddamned Shanghai" & "Sin City - Impressions of Shanghai" at TBC
CREDITS Loo Ching Ling 吕晶琳 (video) • Lady Blue (performance) • Yeung Sin Ching 杨倩菁 (video assistant) • Thomas Charvériat (art direction & technical guidance) • Tanguy Laurent (video) • Jack Mur (video assistant) • Katharina Droste (video assistant)

Between the blistering hot summers and the icy cold winds of the winter, Shanghai has always had very little to offer in terms of joyous weather. Even during the few best months of the year, if it isn't the infestation of mosquitoes, the infinite showers of today’s acid-like rain prevent anyone from enjoying the luxurious terraces of the city or back in the day, the grounds of the Shanghai Race Club. But through these annoying rains, our enjoyment is sacrificed for the proliferation of natural beauty, growing in the form of dainty daisies at the bottom of the lusciously green poplar trees of the French Concession. So take pleasure in them when strolling along the timeless alleys – or let your dog mark his territory. But please, avoid the flowers! [Jack Mur]

STATUS Available. Please contact Tally Beck Contemporary(New York)
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