The exhibition aims to explore the connection between uncertain memories and the present, and between dreams and reality, while attempting to depict the invisible emotions deep in our hearts—the sadness, the fear, and also the hope—which have always existed there, intertwined and fleeting.
The exhibition title, 1342ºC is part of the series of case study research that has been undertaken by the OCAT Shenzhen, indicating how Liu Jianhua is working within and against the limits of “porcelain” as a medium, as well as the unpredictability of materials and firing process.
The exhibition presents his new creations which consist of three pieces/sets of newly completed glass installations, with an organic spatial logic, his work penetrates the second floor space.
It is an experimental project that the artist, Kazushi Nakada produce art objects with participants and attempt to preserve the objects and their memory eternally.
As an important academic achievement of the 10th anniversary of the founding of glass art major of the China Academy of Art, College of Crafts, Glass Workshop, this co-exhibition of teachers and students shows the development track...
The exhibition, which presents works made in glass and using glass found objects, is an exploration of each artist’s use of the material. The works on view highlights the dichotomy between glass as a medium and as a found element.
In Meng Du’s work, everyday objects are interwoven with natural images that capture the scattered feelings active in her memories, perceptions, and states of mind. By carving the shapes of antique furniture into old frames and mirrors collected from vintage stores, Meng Du endows daily items...
‘Daily’ is an attempt to pay attention to the openness of glass structure, providing another perspective on understanding our daily with the enriched and extended range of glass art.
It brings together 8 of the world’s leading glass artists working in various different glass techniques such as: casting, carving, fusing, lamp-working and blowing.
It aims to take the substance "Glass" as the curatorial club and final presentation, and leave the metaphysical thinking to twenty artists who have a unique perspective and grasp force about...
It advocates the diversified practice of contemporary glass art with an open international perspective, gradually promoting the in-depth studies of materials and workmanship while arousing thoughts on the relationship between the characteristics of materials and concepts.
Finland has awoken interest in China as a glass country with a strong tradition and innovative approach in contemporary glass art and design. The exhibition is curated by professor Tapio Yli-Viikari from Aalto University.