Hou Hanru hosted a screening of Sun Xun’s 21ke (21 grams), an epic animated film based on research conducted by Dr. Duncan MacDougall (1907), an American physician who claimed to have measured the weight of the human soul as 21 grams. Sun Xun depicts a surreal journey through a dystopian world full of cryptic symbols. Drawn with crayon, frame by frame, 21 Ke drifts through mysterious cities of plague and soot.

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The Kadist Art Foundation presents a weekly rhythm of Wednesday night presentations in San Francisco. Bringing global perspectives into conversation with local inclinations, the Wednesdays series hosts an eclectic range of short programs organized as


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The Kadist Art Foundation presents a weekly rhythm of Wednesday night presentations in San Francisco. Bringing global perspectives into conversation with local inclinations, the Wednesdays series hosts an eclectic range of short programs organized as informal gatherings among area artists, curators and other cultural agents. These occasional offerings taking the form of performance, ephemeral installation, video screenings, and live conversations are programmed and presented by the Kadist SF team and advisors including Hou Hanru, Jens Hoffmann, Tony Labat, Steven Lieber, and Larry Rinder.

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