One Day in Grizedale is Worth Two Thousand Years in Birmingham is a photographic work created by the prominent Chinese collective Yangjiang Group during their exhibition After Dinner Shu Fa at Cricket Pavilion at Eastside projects in 2012.
This photographic work forms the companion piece One Day in Birmingham is Worth Two Thousand Years in Grizedale.
The Yangjiang Group conistently work to subvert the ancient tradition of Chinese calligraphy in a range of contrary media from fireworks to ducks. For the show at Eastside Projects, a dinner was organised in which the left overs of a chinese takeaway meal were used to make the calligraphic message and then photographed to create a lasting tableau of junk food calligraphy.
The meal was held in a structure designed by the artists as a prototype for Coniston Cricket Pavilion, later used at the Frieze Art Fair at the Colosseum of the Consumed.
The work is supplied framed or unframed with a certificate of authentification signed by the artists.
(Edition of 6)
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