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It is especially at highly fraught, impactful moments which challenge our core values, that human autonomy is sometimes threatened with reduction to simply that of an intervening variable – frail and sensitive. This is a group of lens-based collages depicting faceless figures living in immense, sterile, metaphysical worlds made up by man-made objects such as walls. Walls safeguard us as they isolate and separate us. They represent dilemmas faced by individuals as well as the collective in which one has to choose against one form of freedom or free will over something that seems just as important.
Pohan Wu is a Canadian lens-based artist born in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Since 2014 his work has been exhibited in art festivals, art fairs and gallery exhibitions in North America, Asia and Europe and included in private and public collections such as the National Taiwan ...
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