The perspectives of Chinese avant-garde artists Peng Yu, Sheng Qi, and Sun Yuan are revealed, as they discuss how their art illustrates 'the problems of existence'. They have employed various media, including live animals and dead human babies, to explore death, decay, and the meaning of life.
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Gary JONES

Location code CLP.00.01.23
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English

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23 Jan 2000

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South Chine Morning Post Magazine, 23 Jan 2000, pp. 6–9

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1

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