In this new chapter of the Brethren of the Stone, the heretical brothers weigh different options for a revolutionary strategy. Taking a tip from contemporary political history, they weigh options such as bomb warfare and weapons buildup, obsolete conventional line warfare, as well as interpersonal violence targeting specific individuals such as the Iron Princess. Nature frames this all, likening weapons buildup to a squirrel's nuts, memento mori flowers smile at us, and the hothouse potted plants of the Barbican Centre in London masquerade as true nature.
In the past couple years, Liu's work has shown in the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, Spain; Mary Boone Gallery, New York; Jack Hanley Gallery, Los Angeles; De Hallen Museum, Haarlem, and the Liverpool Biennial, to name a few. Currently, her work can also be viewed in the Kunsthaus Centre d'art in Biel Bienne, Switzerland, and she has an upcoming 3-person exhibition with Matthew Day Jackson and David Maljkovic at the Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA, and group exhibitions in the Kunsthaus Zurich and the Royal Academy in London.
She currently resides in New York.
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