The writer opens her archives to reveal maps, recordings, and questionnaires that have fueled her work—including photos that didn’t make it into her new novel.
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The exhibition's 57th edition casts a wide net, and the result is bold and thoughtful.
Anelise Chen: “Then I changed it to third-person clam, and that was exactly how it was meant to be.”
The writer shares a collection of digital fragments that have shaped her practice, including an image depicting cycling exercises, a photo of Kafka’s diaries, and a video of her mother’s first time seeing snow.