Neither a prerecorded animation nor on loop, the work is rendered in real time by a computer program. The interaction between the viewer and the installation causes continuous change in the artwork; previous visual states can never be replicated, and will never reoccur.
Entitled “Continuum”, the China Pavilion is an exhibition organized by “an artist for artists”, showcasing the profound connotation of Chinese wisdom. It explains the mystery of the immortality of Chinese culture and Chinese art, in the form of positive interactions between contemporary art and folk art.
He deliberately removes certain properties of objects, but does not contribute his own subjective judgment or emotions in the process. On the contrary, he records his creations metaphysically and shows it in moderate and humorous ways.
The exhibition’s works unfold from experimentation and research into a diverse range of media, incorporating video installation, sound installation, sculpture, and painting. It also includes carbon fiber sculptures, resin sculptures and Ebru paintings, a traditional Middle Eastern paper marbling technique. The works breathe and metabolize with a specific rhythm, like organs in an inorganic system....
It is a celebration of the seamless integration of philosophy and technique in the works of both artists, who have tenaciously developed their skills and innovation in their respective medium...
This exhibition contains the artist's recent works of photography and installation, which will arouse our reconsideration of facts and imaginations upon city, within the blurred boundaries of fiction and reality constructed by him.
With the exhibition NEW DANISH MODERN, Design Denmark – the largest, independent design organization in Denmark – proudly presents a selection of strong examples from the past, present, and future of Danish design.
Jiang Cheng’s artistic practices primarily construct a space of consciousness that resides on the edge of concrete imagery and unrealistic settings, and this exhibition presents his recent works created during 2016 and 2017.
For anyone who is familiar with Feng Mengbo's work, these icons will also be familiar as characters that are regularly cast in his computer generated works and paintings. This is the first time, however, that Feng Mengbo has made them into tangible, physical objects.
For Qiu Shihua, the development of his radical, achromatic style was an act of liberation from the logic of the Western avant-garde and his education in Socialist Realism’s painting styles.
The exhibition titles in English and Italian both allude to the revelation of what is unseen for a moment on the theatre stage; the Chinese is a direct borrowing from the title of an exquisite Peking opera evoking themes of love, treason, and honour.
Mist Encounter gives rise to a microclimate art event. It creates body awareness with mist and creates awareness of air conditioning. Layers of woven material hanging from the structure form conical vessels for drifting mist, and create a border...