SEE YOU ALL
A three-act lecture by Zhang Hanlu
Janurary 14, 2018 2pm
“This Marcovaldo had eyes that were not very well adapted to town Life: posters, traffic lights, shop windows, neon signs, public notices - although specially designed to attract attention - never caught his eyes, which seemed to be wandering over desert sands. On the other hand, a leaf turning yellow on a bough, a feather caught up on a tile, never escaped him; there was never a horsefly on the back of a horse, a worm-hole in a table, the peel of a fig squashed on the pavement, which Marcovaldo did not notice and did not reflect upon, observing the changes of the seasons, the longings of his soul and the wretchedness of his existence”
Act One: Mushrooms in the City
Act Two: A Debate on Hospital Beds
Entr’acte: Anachronism 101
Act Three: Mushroom, Harbor, Kuaishou, and the Angel of History (Working Title)
The visual components in the lecture is a collaboration with Ou Feihong.
Zhang Hanlu is an editor, writer, and curator,
Ou Feihong is an artist.
张涵露：SEE YOU ALL