Liu Di’s work with 3D digital video and related techniques focuses on themes long pursued in his photo works; namely, critiquing the conflicting relationship between nature and human society. Abnormal growth underlies Liu Di’s work, as inevitable by-products of hyper-fast economies fueled by widespread urbanization.
Through the creation of metaphor between sensory illusions and societal ones, artists, within a colorful conscious world, create an illusionary ideal state. Artists no longer need to rely on the same woodcut...
Three tutors including Cai Jin, Chen Shuxia and Wu Didi from art colleges are invited to join in this project. The exhibition will be on show from January 10 through to April 10, 2015.
In addition to showcasing the works by representative artists of the last 3 decades, the exhibition explores the significance and influence by the artists living and working in Germany to local art circles, focusing on the theme of the “Media and Expressive Way in Current Discussions”.
His work primarily involves making images using various materials such as colour powder, woodcuts and traditional ink, and collating these to produce a film...
For the exhibition, Zhang Xiaotao uses and processes multi-media visual elements to set a series of visual tension, and the tension is not only reflected in a natural object and scene, but also to place the whole atmosphere in a saturated horizon on the mirror of life, and the process of his works shift from...
National Research Center of Contemporary Art invites ten of the most outstanding digital artists including Pu Hua, Cui Xiuwen, Feng Mengbo, Jin Jiangbo, Liu Qianyi, Miao Xiaochun, Qiu Anxiong, Wu Junyong, Zhang Xiaotao, to present their works created in recent years.
It showcases ink works by 53 artists. Curator Fu Xiaodong tries to resort the typical image developed in the five kinds of historical process to discuss and analyze special Chinese ways of thinking behind these images. The exhibition will remain on view until December 17.
Over 50 artworks created between the 2009 and 2013 are on display, ranging from Chinese ink paintings, installations to video art.
It will be on view from Feb. 1 through March 24.
It is on view at the Creative Media Center, School of Creative Media of City University in Hong Kong and it lasts till May 20th, 2012.
At the exhibition, the artists will display their new work, including paintings, video and installation. The variety in their art represents an unparalleled diversity in media art with the potential to lead viewers to explore a limitless expanse of creativity.