ShanghART Gallery 香格纳画廊

A Guide to the Flora and Fauna of the World
(in 64 pieces) | Wall 1 34*24*0.8cm (x 22 pieces) | Wall 2 36*54*0.8cm (x 16 pieces) | Wall 3 36*53*0.8cm (x 5 pieces) | Wall 3 34*24*0.8cm (x 11 pieces) | Table 1  (x 3 pieces) | Table 2  (x 7 pieces)

A Guide to the Flora and Fauna of the World seeks to document and reflect on the myriad ways in which human action and intervention are slowly altering the natural world. The guide presents a catalogue of curious creatures and life-forms that have evolved in often unexpected ways to cope with the stresses and pressures of a changed world. Other organisms documented in the series are the results of human intervention, mutations engineered to serve various interests and purposes ranging from scientific research to the desire for ornamentation.

Detail pictures:

Related Exhibitions:
The 9th edition Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture, Pingshan Art Museum, Shenzhen 12.03, 2022 -03.03, 2023
Observe, Experiment, Archive, Sunderland Museum and Winter Garden, London, U.K. 11.15, 2019 -01.05, 2020
Chobi Mela IX, Dhaka, Bangladesh 2017
2015 Biel-Bienne Festival of Photography, Switzerland 08.28, 2015 -09.20, 2015
Les Rencontres d'Arles expositions, Arles, France 07.06, 2015 -09.20, 2015
A Guide to the Flora and Fauna of the World, Centre of Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, Australia 2015
Singapore Biennale: If the World Changed, The Peranakan Museum, Singapore 2013

Tate Collection

Related Works:
Elephant That Has No Tusk
Plate 36, Fat Polar Bear Swimming in Hudson Bay
A Guide to the Flora and Fauna of the World
Plate 40, Rewilded Tiger Fitted with A Kill Switch
Plate 54, Pond That Never Dries up