The 2014 edition will present 58 works by 65 artists and artistic collectives from 22 countries. Most of the works in the exhibition will be shown in China for the first time.
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.
For the exhibition, Zhang Xiaotao uses and processes multi-media visual elements to set a series of visual tension, and the tension is not only reflected in a natural object and scene, but also to place the whole atmosphere in a saturated horizon on the mirror of life...
Categories of the works include painting, sculpture, installation, performance, video, photography, etc.
In recent years, there has also been a breakthrough in new media in experimental art. But, the current new media art still lacks an institution and system, and theoretical articles on Chinese new media are too few.
It presents artworks created by a new generation of Taiwanese artists who have become recognised for their innovation across a range of creative media.
Along with a large number of social networking viral marketing cases that are emerging, large numbers of novel and simple interactive advertising installations will be used by the advertisers...
It reflecting the unique understanding and interpretation of life by fifteen artists with installation, video, new media, performance, etc.
Motion begets action; action incites motion whereby transposition reciprocates as permutation that undergoes metamorphosis. Many a motion comes to pass, invoking a subversion of dramaturgy; instigating a dislocation of time- space, inflicting a mishap of perception, or implicating a polemic and explicating a contention.
It attempts to transform the space of the Museum into a multifaceted experiential journey transcending mere sight through the dialogues and artworks created by international artists.
Florian thought that everything was capable of being art in the contemporary art world, from the perspective of its history, while the restrictions of the art venue were very important.
I’v been three times in Beijing and have connected to many artists. So I would say in China the contemporary art is at least as much as advanced than in any other country. Here I don’t see any difference in advancement, so all the Chinese artists I have met are very, very serious about what...