Rhythm and Senses: An Exploration of ‘Being’ in the Digital Age
Why We Recommend it
Chinese artist Tao Hui explores how we live and relate to each other in light of increased digitisation through video and installation art.
Using the language of dance, song, entertainment, nature and exchange – all the things that make us human – Tao Hui’s (b. 1987, Chongqing) solo exhibition, entitled Rhythm and Senses, explores how digitalisation affects us individually and as a society.
The exhibition comprises four distinct works that explore the pace of our present existence and our responses to such, our shifting perceptions and spiritual needs. Through his works, Hui holds up a mirror for us to take a critical look at ourselves, our habits and our surroundings.