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 (Installation shot Lu Yang 'Elecromagnetic Brainology', 2017. Photograph: Supplied)
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Installation shot Lu Yang 'Elecromagnetic Brainology', 2017. Photograph: Supplied
 (Installation shot of Chen Zhe’s 'The Bearable' and 'Bees' series. Photograph: Supplied)
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Installation shot of Chen Zhe’s 'The Bearable' and 'Bees' series. Photograph: Supplied
Hot Blood Liang Tao (Liang Tao, 'Luofu Dream–Pink Pink, 2006. Photograph: Supplied)
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Liang Tao, 'Luofu Dream–Pink Pink, 2006. Photograph: Supplied
 (Installation shot of Mia Liu 'A Route of Evanescence' and 'Guggen’ Dizzy'. Photograph: Supplied)
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Installation shot of Mia Liu 'A Route of Evanescence' and 'Guggen’ Dizzy'. Photograph: Supplied
 (Installation shot of Chen Zhe’s 'The Bearable' and 'Bees' series. Photograph: Supplied)
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Installation shot of Chen Zhe’s 'The Bearable' and 'Bees' series. Photograph: Supplied
 (Yin Xiuzhen, 'Life', 2007-11. Photograph: Supplied)
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Yin Xiuzhen, 'Life', 2007-11. Photograph: Supplied
 (Installation shot Patty Chang 'Glass Urinary Devices', 2016. Photograph: Supplied)
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Installation shot Patty Chang 'Glass Urinary Devices', 2016. Photograph: Supplied
 (Miao Ying 'Problematic GIFS–No Problem at All', 2016. Photograph: Supplied)
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Miao Ying 'Problematic GIFS–No Problem at All', 2016. Photograph: Supplied
 (Huang Hua-Chen 'The Family Album–So See You Later', 2009-12. Photograph: Supplied)
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Huang Hua-Chen 'The Family Album–So See You Later', 2009-12. Photograph: Supplied
 (Leung Mee Pung 'Expected Departure', 2004-16. Photograph: Supplied)
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Leung Mee Pung 'Expected Departure', 2004-16. Photograph: Supplied

Time Out says

This exhibition of Chinese artists is sure to confront in a number of ways

White Rabbit Gallery promises their latest exhibition is “not for the faint of heart”. Bringing together 23 contemporary artists, all of whom are unafraid of taking risks and refuse to be limited by gender, age or national identity, the works explore subjects as diverse as sexual desire, body frailty, spiritual ecstasy and traumatic memory, often in disturbing or deliberately confronting ways. Artists include Macau-based artist Peng Yun’s multimedia work, 'Miss Melissa and Mr Fish at 2.31pm', Leung Mee Ping’s collection of sick bags-turned light boxes, 'Expected Departure', and new work from controversial artist Xiao Lu, who made headlines when she fired a gun into her own artwork at Beijing’s National Art Museum.

By: Polly Simons

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This exhibition was very immersive, expressive and very moving - not as grotesque as you would think but very cleverly emotive and worth visiting