PRODUCTION DATE: 2014
DURATION: 5min 01sec
Walling Dissensus investigates a political criticality between different performative acts staged in a fictional space. Different identities are performed from soccer players, referees to police guards and different situations are staged from police marching, soccer players walling to police striking rebels.
A critical space is created concerning violence, political dissensus, repressing protests and sportsmanship through the aesthetic experience.
Weigang Song graduated from Syracuse University with a video art MFA in 2015. He is currently based in Queens, New York. His work display his personal readings of global contemporary issues, pointing to the complex relations between art and politics, culture and aesthetics.