Cheng Ran has restlessly plumbed the physicality of the moving image, ranging from the cellphone camera to Super 8 to HD. In a pair of recent video works, an erotic spam mail Cheng Ran had received serves as a ruse.
The new series of sculptures is seen to follow the same vein as the artist's early realistic sculptures, "Mao Suits" (1993), "Artificial Rock" (1995-ongoing) and "Flowers in the Mirror" (2004-2005).
Although it is entitled “Observation”, thinking of the issues which run through the issues and historical narratives related to the Chinese art education, which is also the multiple meaning of “polytypic evolutions”.
Zheng Guogu will discuss the emergence of Yangjiang Group during the early 2000s; the artistic strategies employed by the group living outside the key centres of artistic production in China...
The introduction of Signer’s work to China starts with investigations of his artworks. Through this exhibition, the curatorial team hopes to share with the public Signer’s memories, formerly boxed and preserved in archives and databases.
All three works are connected with literary history, art history, mass culture, east and west, ancient and contemporary times; more importantly, they are relevant to the reality in which we live today.
He Xiangyu's solo exhibition "Dotted Line" reiterates the artist's aesthetic interest in the experimental quality of objects; on the other hand, the works leave room for the audience to investigate.
In his recent works, Xie is cautious about ideas established by the system. He intentionally keeps a distance from the familiar methods of painting, renouncing the traceable empiricism and weakening the subjectivity and significance of techniques.
Through compilation and representation, Chou exhibits another level of Geoff Molyneux, and at the same time, the exhibition triggers and explores contemporary questions such as copyright...