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Chu Yun The Mind of Things

hu Yun’s latest project at Vitamin Creative Space’s Mirrored Gardens was more than a mere exhibition; it was a holistic experience, one of uncertainty, opaqueness, and subtlety. Titled “The Mind of Things,” the exhibition didn’t elaborate much on the “things”; rather, the four assembled works pointed to an elusive “mind” pleasantly distant from fraught reality. The exhibition prompted an introspective look at

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