First of all, I have never seen such a large exhibition, this is a surprise to me, I am very grateful to professors gave me this opportunity. Second, I’ve been thinking a lot about collectivism these days. Is ethics really more important than aesthetics? In our last conversation with the curators, they mentioned that there is no specific theme for this exhibition. But what kind of an exhibition does their emphasis on process and collective decision-making ultimately produce? I think documenta 15 is energetic, but it’s also loose, and it occasionally makes me feel a little moralistic.
Finally, I think this exhibition is a challenge to the stable and lasting“white cube“ culture. In documenta 15, art is not the product of well-run, Resource-rich institutions and markets, but the fruit of an unstable environment. In my opinion, if future exhibitions can be more integrated with social activities or community, it will be a leap forward, but at the same time it will test the level of curators.