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Yang Fudong by Aimee Lin / ArtReview

Yang Fudong

Read Aimee Lin on the Chinese artist's film project which captures the light of the Norwegian summer and imagines the darkness of its long winter

By Aimee Lin

The Light That I Feel (stills), 2014. Courtesy the artist and Shanghart, Shanghai The Light That I Feel, 2014 (installation view, SALT festival, Sandhornøya, Norway, 2014). Photo: Gunnar Holmsted. Courtesy SALT, Tromsø, Norway. The Light That I Feel (stills), 2014. © the artist. Courtesy the artist and Shanghart, Shanghai The Light That I Feel (stills), 2014. © the artist. Courtesy the artist and Shanghart, Shanghai Push the Door Softly and Walk In, Or Just Stay Standing Where You Are, 2013. Edition of 6. Courtesy the artist

Located in Norway, north of the Arctic Circle, Sandhornøya is a small island with a human population of about 300 families, where for thousands of years conditions have created an environment rich in fish and animal life, attracting, in turn, the humans who survive on the fauna. This past September, on the occasion of the opening of a new arts and music festival, SALT, Chinese artist Yang Fudong unveiled The Light That I Feel, his outdoor film installation for the beach…

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