1995. 45 min.
Huang Yong Ping and Chen Zhen, two Chinese avant-garde artists, come to New York to create and oversee their installation works at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in 1993.
The story behind their journey to the West, 20 years preceding the emergence of the contemporary Chinese art scene. Through their art, the artists are exposing their own psychic and their mental luggage, carried from the past. And in a poignant sense, conveying the universality of people and races in the world.