Candy Chang

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The Onas­sis Cul­tural Cen­ter, also known as Stegi, presents three ur­ban vis­ual arts ex­per­i­ments by Candy Chang, a Tai­wanese-Amer­i­can artist known for her large-scale in­ter­ac­tive in­stal­la­tions blur­ring the bound­aries be­tween pri­vate and pub­lic space. “Be­fore I Die,” an in­stal­la­tion invit­ing view­ers to write their wishes, will be on view at the Mu­nic­i­pal Park of Flisvos in south­ern Athens, and at the junc­tion of Diony­s­iou Are­opag­i­tou and Mak­ri­gianni streets near the Acrop­o­lis metro sta­tion. “Con­fes­sions,” which will go on dis­play at the Spy­rou Mil­iou Ar­cade in cen­tral Athens and at Diony­s­iou Are­opag­i­tou and Mak­ri­gianni streets, show­cases se­cret con­fes­sions writ­ten on small wooden plaques in a pri­vate booth (noon to 10 p.m.). The dis­plays run through July 20.

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