After the birds have flown

By Wang Ru | China Daily | Updated: 2019-11-30 09:50
A chair set up at a point far from the TV makes viewers find the images hazy and the sound unclear. [PHOTO BY WANG RU/CHINA DAILY]

According to Gao Xiaoqi, director of the Dachin Contemporary Art Center, who is also the curator of this exhibition, "Empty-nesters are a common social phenomenon. But many young people haven't realized their parents are actually empty-nesters. The exhibition doesn't show many true stories, but it focuses on the image of the whole empty-nester group.

"We don't want to place a burden on the viewers when they visit the exhibition, but we do aim to make them feel how their parents felt when their children left home," she adds.

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