”Then Wear, Does Our Mind Go?” – new exhibition by Wong Cha at LC Queisser Gallery

Exhibition space LC Queisser hosted an exhibition of new works “Then Wear, Does Our Mind Go?” by Philadelphia-based artist Wong Cha, who is currently taking park in Propaganda Network residency program.

The main inspiration for the exhibition is Madangguk, a type of underground activist theater inSouth Korea in the 1960s and 1980s. These were theatrical performances of an informal political nature that took place when any form of public protest was strictly forbidden. Cha’s works and his relationship with

the site is closely linked to the Madangguk tradition. In the exhibition space, Cha combines mental energies with physical form.

The gallery is open every day except Monday from 13:00 to 19:00 PM.