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You and I don’t live on the same planet
12th Taipeh Biennale, Taipeih Fine Arts Museum, Taipeh, Taiwan
12.11.2020 – 14.03.2021

Entitled You and I Don’t Live on the Same Planet, the biennial questions our current ongoing geopolitical tensions and worsening ecological crisis by examining our differences and influences on a planetary perspective. As Latour and Guinard commented: “There is increasing disagreement on how to keep the world inhabitable, not only because political opinions diverge, but more crucially because we don’t seem to agree on what the earth is made of. Some today may even think the world is flat! It is as if there were several versions of Earth, with properties and capacities that are so different that they are like distinctive planets, which results in deviation in the way one feels, behaves, and predicts their future.”