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Ken Lum’s large and complex body of work has included performances in public spaces, sculptures produced from rented furniture, paintings of incomprehensible language, and works that mimic the signage in low-end strip malls. Within these varying forms, he has focused on the construction of identity in public and private arenas, engaging with the conditions that shape our lived experience and position us as social subjects. 

This exhibition at the CCA Wattis Institute will feature two recent bodies of work as well as a selection of existing work spanning the past three decades of Lum's practice.

An interesting article is available at Contemporary Art Daily here.