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Zhang Jianjun Discusses His Work, Vestiges of a Process: Shanghai Garden" (2/2010)

Zhang Jianjun's work, "Vestiges of a Process: Shanghai Garden," is on view at the Asian Art Museum from February 5 - September 12, 2010. "Vestiges of a Process: Shanghai Garden" is situated closest to Lee Gallery the east side of North Court. It is an installation composed of two silicone rubber Taihu rocks, manufactured from molds of real Taihu rocks which in traditional garden culture are prized for providing city dwellers with a kind of symbolic access to nature. The rocks are accompanied by a silicone rubber vase. Together they are arrayed atop a pavement of gray antique bricks, acquired from the demolition of Shanghai houses constructed between 1923 and 1926. Visitors can walk between the rocks, reflecting on time and process.
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