His highly innovative artworks consider space and time in elaborate ways: working from the notion that the production of artwork can be a continuous rehearsal, connecting theater, visual art, and film.
The ambitious, multi-media installation will include three new video works: Rotation and Chrysler (2013), After the Spelling of the Names of God (2012), and Gold. Circle. Tiger (2014), as well as works on paper and paintings related to the videos.
The outstanding work will be unveiled at the opening of this year’s exhibition on 8th September 2014 both in and around the Seahorse fountain, a circular pond on the historic South lawn in the Chatsworth Garden - a location usually off limits to the public.
It presents Zhang Yu’s works made up of space, installation, video, ready-made objects, two-dimensional, and other comprehensive forms.
Both artists approach Chinese traditions and themes, whether landscape in the case of Shi Jing or motifs such as bamboo and insects in the case of Wu Didi, in a highly personal manner that shows the continuing appeal of this time-honored subject matter.
"Luo Wei most recent creation based on 'transcendence' highlights the process of self-subjectivity structuration." Liu Libin said, “While remaining a side observer”, she extracts capacity from her knowledge of various religions...
It presents a comprehensive survey of his practice, including two large-scale installation works "Prisoner and Rainbow" exhibiting in the large exhibition hall. Li’s persistent pursuit of a ‘collective’ expression of reality in Dongguan finds itself also in a second work "Rainbow"...
This year the two artists in "Gas Station" are Mu Jin and German artist Tobias Rosenberger, they collaborated on the animation installation work.
This exhibition is a survey of six young artists who were born in mainland China and came to New York. Their work reflects an awareness of a broad range of artistic focuses. Their work cannot be confined to a certain national identity - it seems to come from somewhere else.