An article about an installation work by Chinese architect Chang Yungho for China pavilion at the Venice Biennial 2005.

While some think that the installation made of bamboo excessively resembles works by Taiwanese artist Wang Wenchih, the artist doesn't agree and he emphasizes that the material is open to anybody. Wang also points out the difficulties that the architect may have encountered in the treatment of the material, and that they can be seen in many points of the outcome.
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Translated

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Location code CLP.05.06.23
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Chinese - Traditional

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23 Jun 2005

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United Daily News, 23 Jun 2005, p. C6

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