The exhibition includes installations, experimental music, audio-visual arts, and interactive works, including a series of works of image, sound and light, and installation, fully utilizing the space to establish interaction with the viewers.
The exhibition delves into the foundations of One Hundred Layers of Ink in Yang's calligraphy and early abstractions, and traces its multifaceted evolution through the late 1980's and 1990's.
For most of the participants, this was the first time they have laid their hands on circuit boards and soldering stations or written a few lines of algorithm. But heir creative impulse was pronounced...
The exhibition brings together oil paintings; site-specific installations and video work with associated text by Appel, all produced during two PIFO residencies in Beijing, one in 2016 and 2017.
Chen Lin is a graduate of the Department of Printmaking, CAFA, 2017, who was admitted to CAFA with a good mark in 2005, and studied in the Department of Printmaking, CAFA from September 2005 to June 2009, she received a bachelor’s degree, and then studied in the Department of Printmaking, CAFA from September 2011, receiving...
In total 13 oil paintings to be exhibited are selected from the series “Tempestuous Waters”, “Amongst the Ultimate Deep”, “Flow Between Heaven and Ocean” and “Autumn Colours”, in which “water” has marked significance.
It is the first event of 2017 Lecong Arts & Culture Season, striving to bring the best art content and the freshest design concept to the people from Lecong.
From Wang Chenxu’s graduation works including “Get Out of the Mountain” and “Get Into the Stone”, a balanced and light interlaced experience could be found, which is rational and emotional which might be related to one of the contradictory Libras who are in pursuit of perfection.
Cheng Tingting: Gloom × Shi Jiayun: Getting Closer to Painting will be the first solo show at Ginkgo space for both artists. Shi Jiayun's works in this exhibition represent the creative culmination of her exploration of the language of painting over the last two years.Cheng Tingting is exploring her subject matter in a female’s perspective...
Displayed here are two sets of works that he has specially created for this exhibition space. 500 Brushstrokes fuses painting, papercut, and collage into a new form of two-dimensional art. Inspired by Handynasty bronze “money trees”, Daydream Forest consists of mesmerizing 3D structures constructed from 2D images of fantastic beasts.
Along with the installation, Ye presents a new work titled Flying Dance. Consistingof a 30-minute video and photographs, she performs various female roles basedon characters from popular Chinese television shows in the works.
Information becomes the power system of our time, growing rapidly and difficult to judge. And there is no neutral information. The new form of relationship between human and information has been established, then how shall we live, love and howl? How shall we play or fight? And how shall we re-construct ourselves?