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.
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.
The exhibition aims to provide a comprehensive and coherent image of Bjørn Nørgaard’s art from the 1960s to the present day. It spans from his early sculptures, installations, graphic works, performances and film through the major amount of works in public spaces...
The exhibition presents eight artists producing artworks of diverse medium, this includes three mixed media installation, eight painting on paper, a set of film drawing, video and a free-standing wooden sculpture.
The eleven artists all adopt different ways to express art. From these differences, the exhibition is committed to finding processes which leave significant “traces”just as space does.
The exhibition features 40 young artists as most representative of the two countries, with a total of 85 exhibiting works including paintings, installations, sculptures, videos, crafts, photography, etc.
It features works by artists Leung Mee-ping, Chow Chun-fai, and the CoLAB x SLOW art group. It was very well-received in the Liverpool Biennial 2012 in the United Kingdom and Hong Kong Week 2013...
The artist is recognized for a practice that embraces sculpture, installation, photography, video and most of all, tools of participatory to examine the position of human beings on the boundary between the natural and the artificial.
Liang Shuo uses the primitive clay sculpture to depict Nvwa, a most important goddess in ancient Chinese mythology, telling the story of the first ancient sculptor who used clay to make man like herself.