He Xiangyu is a conceptualist with a clear vision of the world as a philosophical playground. The critical language employed in his artworks quotes from global consumerism, Americanism and militarism, emphasizing the power of infinitesimal change. He uses the shape of a leaf to describe creative process: Starting at the stem it branches out in many directions before returning to a thin tip in the end.
Tell us more about the title of "Crossed Beliefs," your current show at SCAI The Bathhouse
I feel religious beliefs should be more serious, but belief in error can be romantic. Our error may even be the way to the gate of the future.