Ksana. Li Hui installation view, at Sandra Gering Inc
The exhibition’s title, “Ksana,” is the ancient Sanskrit word for an imperceptible span of time. In the works included in the show, images of collision and fracture abound, and Li has attempted to capture the precise moment when two objects meet and damage or even destroy one another. Here, steel mirrors are important materials, and have been carefully splintered so that they maintain their damaged form without falling apart completely, solidifying a moment between wholeness and disintegration—or the impact of art and technology on one another.
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