Forever: Mating Season, No. 11, a Site-Specific Performative Intervention

Chinese artist Han Bing (1974—) has long been preoccupied with the human costs and consequences, of the contemporary obsession with consumption, as a dominant standard of value in a so-called ‘modern society.’ His performative interventions in public space and multimedia performance installations, as well as photography, video, painting and sculpture works, frequently engage with questions surrounding the larger fallout of China’s ‘modernisation’ as a metonym for the existential, social and environmental predicaments facing human societies in the throes and thrall of development globally.

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