08. 08. 2013

Chinese artist Chen Fei’s bad taste – Schoeni video interview

Exposure to violent elements in the fictional world has influenced the real world artistic creations of Chinese artist Chen Fei. The nine minute long video interview, which is part of a series of...

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08. 08. 2013

IAN CHENG: ENTROPY WRANGLER

The projection in “Entropy Wrangler,” Ian Cheng’s solo exhibition at Matt Moravec’s new space Off Vendome, is not a video work. It is a program where elements exist in a space defined by...

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08. 08. 2013

WANG YUYANG: LINER

In the 1830s, the electric telegraph was invented. It was designed to organize English characters and punctuation according to the frequency with which they occur in text, and then establish a set of...

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08. 08. 2013

Kacper Kowalski – Rising-above-China

‘The person who coined the term cityscapemust have had China in mind. From above, it looks like a space full of contrasts and unexpected combinations. In some ways, it resembles Chinese cuisine – you...

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08. 08. 2013

Artist’s Take on Sexual Abuse Turns Ugly

Life imitated art, startlingly and crudely, in the city of Hai’an, north of Shanghai, when two men rushed the stage and groped the painter and performance artist Yan Yinhong as she danced “One...

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05. 08. 2013

Let’s see what happens… – Glynn Vivian Art Gallery

28 September – 3 November 2013 Preview 27 September Elysium Gallery | Mission Gallery | Ragged School | Swansea Market | Swansea YMCA Let’s see what happens… is a Glynn Vivian Art Gallery Offsite...

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