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Photography (MA)

Can Sun

Can Sun's works mainly focus on the absurdity of the world and the relationship between people by taking daily objects that people tend to ignore as the subject of creation. Through a process of recontextualisation, Sun transforms daily objects into playful and self-mocking sculptures. This kind of humour is not only an acknowledgement of the absurdity of the world but also a revolt against it.

Show Location: Battersea campus: Dyson & Woo Buildings, First floor

Can Sun (b.1992) is a Chinese contemporary artist who works on instant sculptures of daily objects and currently lives in London and Taipei. He received a master's degree in political science from Shanghai Normal University in 2019 and a master's degree in photography from the Royal College of Art in 2022. Can's works are mainly concerned with the absurdity of the world and the relationship between people. His works have been exhibited in China and the UK and published by magazines in the UK, China, Spain, Mexico and other countries.