Millennial leader debuts with museum solo in Beijing

By Yang Xiaoyu | | Updated: 2021-06-28 15:12
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A close-up of Jiang Sida's installation on show at the X Museum in Beijing. [Photo provided to]

Upon entering the exhibit, viewers are attracted to seven round holes on the wall. As they step closer to peep into them, they'll see Jiang working in a studio, alone.

Opening the curtains of the adjacent room, they see a white box, three meters in length and width respectively, standing in the middle of the gallery. Jiang, detached from human contact and electronic devices, spent eight days and seven nights in the box, covering its blank walls and even the floor with graffiti and words that come across as his inner monologues or Weibo posts.

"Looking at what he wrote on the walls, it's like he opens up to me as a close friend, sharing his opinions, desires, and fears," a visitor said.

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