The exhibition, through the artist’s six large sound installation, shows the reflections of two issues, ‘how humans co-exist with the artificial nature’ and ‘building an ecology, imaging the world after human’, which constitute the two sides of the non-zero-sum game between human and non-human beings.
“<1.25” is a work of photography about static electricity, and touch is the most important thing to produce static electricity, which is produced by a close and intimate touch. Static electricity gives people a slight tingling sensation, and this kind of intimate tingling is like the love between a man and woman...
This exhibition brings together the major works of artists from recent years. A considerable part of the work was created by the artist when he served as the Director of CAFA Art Museum, reflecting his artistic thinking at that stage.
After a swim in the “Cellar” of dark swamp, when entering the front gallery, “The Garret” is presented where everything seems to be organized, rational and perfect. The space is decorated into an office space that belongs to someone of very high ‘rank’ or ‘achievements’, at least by common social standards.
CAFA ART INFO interviewed Su Yongjian, to talk about his feelings of winning the prize and the graduation work “A Worm Cabin”, etc.
The exhibition includes installations, experimental music, audio-visual arts, and interactive works, including a series of works of image, sound and light, and installation, fully utilizing the space to establish interaction with the viewers.
The exhibition brings together oil paintings; site-specific installations and video work with associated text by Appel, all produced during two PIFO residencies in Beijing, one in 2016 and 2017.
Displayed here are two sets of works that he has specially created for this exhibition space. 500 Brushstrokes fuses painting, papercut, and collage into a new form of two-dimensional art. Inspired by Handynasty bronze “money trees”, Daydream Forest consists of mesmerizing 3D structures constructed from 2D images of fantastic beasts.
As a talented Chinese fashion designer, Lyu Yue is already known overseas. Her work has transcended borders. For an excellent designer, Lyu Yue not only has solid foundation skills, excellent drawing skills and an advanced production using technology, but also has a unique artistic sensibility, which always brings new inspiration.
Realised in dialogue with the physicality and functionality of the museum’s architecture, the exhibition will alter the building’s current existence through an unexpected use of time, space, light, and sound to become a semi automated puppet...
Most of Wang Enlai’s creation materials are ready-made things. Ready-made thing inherently bears symbolic meaning. However, works of the artist weakened the symbolic meaning of the material...
Neither a prerecorded animation nor on loop, the work is rendered in real time by a computer program. The interaction between the viewer and the installation causes continuous change in the artwork; previous visual states can never be replicated, and will never reoccur.