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Artists are vulnerable, vulnerable as freedom, not the one that claims and romanticises to be that which is written on the barricades, rises from a common impetus and finds itself shelved in history books, but that which gnaws on us, which strives against the consensual and dogmatic education, which seeks endlessly to be dislodged from a place where it is awaited in its demise. This freedom of right makes us human capable of reformulating ourselves, of thinking beyond the limits of conventions and genres, making this transgression a way of existence and not a sacred artwork. This existential freedom that makes us human at every moment we grasp bears the risks that artists like Liu Tao and Shen Wei have known how to take. Naked in front of the world and devouring every moment of their life that is dedicated to us as a message until death, beyond mortality and even much stronger, these artists remind us of the necessary disarray that we need to make life a pure moment of eternity. Shen Wei and Liu Tao, whose universes converge in their intention to oppose the consensus that our time wants, manage to transcend their work to the level of an existential and ethical quest that we would all have to go on ourselves, taking up the challenge of an art and a life that would not just be a matter of consent and complacency with evidences. Stronger than Death Artists are vulnerable, vulnerable as freedom, not the one that claims and romanticises to be that which is written on the barricades, rises from a common impetus and finds itself shelved in history books, but that which gnaws on us, which strives against the consensual and dogmatic education, which seeks endlessly to be dislodged from a place where it is awaited in its demise. Shen Wei, the traveling photographer presents us with a private diary, which would strike us with a fictional shockwave. He holds the art of transmitting knowledge through a whisper, asking us about the relationships we have with the world. Liu Tao, in front of the complexity of the world, seems to choose to run away from it.
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