Compared with most mature artworks, the living conditions and life stories behind the art production seem to be more intriguing. Taken from the first-person perspective, CAFA ART INFO is now presenting you with our latest micro video program, “Art Walk: Behind the Scenes”.
The focus is on how visuality dominates our living habits and modes of thought, therefore transforming the means by which humans perceive their own bodies and this transforms relationships between people.
Lee actively partook in ‘Space and Time (ST)’ and ‘Avant-Garde (AG)’ Groups, which based on his criticism towards the tendency of 1960’s art world, the emergence of new Western art forms and paradigms.
It brings together a selection of performance works by two Chinese artists of different generations that address the relationship between the body and the land. The exhibition juxtaposes videos and photographs of early performance works by Zhang Huan (Chinese, b. 1965) with those of more recent performances by Li Binyuan (Chinese, b. 1985).
This exhibition reviews Rolfe’s artistic practice through his past work, site-specific photographs and pieces recently created at the museum. In addition to 20 photos of performance art, the exhibition also presents important video works by the artist.
Factory Dining Hall is a one-person theater (onsite narration) and an extension of Radical Space’s “Difang work.” The work originated in preparatory research done in 2016 at several nationally owned cotton mills in Zhengzhou, Henan province.
The project explores posthuman themes such as internet impersonation, anonymity and the projection of online identities...
The three artists from Tape That, a Berlin-based group of 6 performance artists, are excited to be on their first trip to China. The Tape Art Collective is a highly renowned art group exploring new ways of expressing ideas, creativity and vision. Though the main activities of the group revolve around Berlin...
It is on display from November 3, 2016 to February 16, 2017. It will also hold lectures and discussion activities, so that the public can contact and understand Chinese performance art.
Inferno is a robotic performance inspired by the representation of the different levels of hell as described in Dante's Inferno or the Singaporean Haw Par Villa's Ten Courts of Hell (which is based on a Chinese Buddhist representation).
The works presented by this exhibition are closely linked to the performance and are produced by more than 30 artists worldwide in different phases in forms of installation, moving image, performance art, theater, dance, sound, poetry, etc. questioning (answering): Why the Performance?
The idea of the “boundary” lurking within our thinking may insensibly and ceaselessly do the job of distinguishing, expelling, and demarcating.