Micro Micro Revolution is made up of three process based projects that address environmental issues in Taiwan. Each of the three projects: A Cultural Action at the Plum Tree Creek (Wu Mali and Bamboo Curtain Studio), Plant Matter Needed (Hsu Su-chen and Lu Chien-ming), and 500 Lemon Trees, (Huang Po-chih, pictured) focus on an aspect of Taiwan’s sustainable development whether this be through re-building a settlement or planting lemon trees. In this exhibition, a series of videos, images, objects, an installation and events will present these ongoing participatory art projects as powerful mobilisers for social change and community inclusion, giving a new western context for discussion and exchange of ideas.

Thu 2 Jul – Sun 6 Sep, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Market Buildings, 13 Thomas Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester, M4 1EU. Tel: 0161 832 7271, preview launch Thu 2 July, 6 – 8pm, FREE, www.cfcca.org.uk

Thu 2 Jul - Sun 6 Sep
Daisy Kidd
Published on:
Thu 3 Sep 2015