It showcases a total of 21 collections (sets ) of works by 21 artists, involving a variety of media including painting, image, installation and video.
It marks the piece’s China debut and its second performance worldwide after its unveiling at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea in 2013.
Respectively, electricity, light, fire and stone – rather than liaising them with four materials, in fact, they are four objects – pertinent to the materials and objects the artists adopt and represent...
Known for his idiosyncratic language, Chen presents a selection of photographs, light-boxes and installations exposing the inherent and dissonant contradictions between expectation and reality.
Hrafnkell Sigurdsson says about this work: ‘I have a strong feeling that I have been CREATING a kind of a mental space or better said a soul space which lives inside of me’.
It challenges conventional modelling in drawing when she reverses two senses which we get from an overall view and a partial view respectively, one of formal reality, the other of abstract form.
It reviews and summarises the creations by artist Zhang Xiaotao from 2009-2014, the process of his works shifted from painting to multi media in video, installation, animation, performance which fully presents the creation and thinking of Zhang Xiaotao.
It will investigate what constitutes the very notion of home and how that notion can shift over continents and time.
As suggested in the exhibition title, recent works of Lin continue her interest in sculptural paper collage, the foundation of which is a variety of hand-made Xuan paper. Xuan paper is renowned for being soft, fine textured, translucent, suitable for conveying the artistic expression of Chinese traditional painting and calligraphy.