'Post-Sense Sensibility: Alien Bodies & Delusion' was a privately organised underground exhibition, featuring experimental works that later became the foundation of China's cutting-edge art scene. The present catalogue includes essays by Wu Meichun and Qiu Zhijie, and artists' biographies.

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Onsite

Location code EX.CHN.PSA (Closed Stack)
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Chinese - Simplified, 

English

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1999

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Nil

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1

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catalogue

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Alien Bodies and Delusion

- WU Meichun, 吳美純

Post-Sensibility

- QIU Zhijie, 邱志傑

Post-Sense Sensibility: Alien Bodies & Delusion
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Post-Sense Sensibility: Alien Bodies & Delusion, 後感性, 異型與妄想

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