Lecture: I love New York, New York loves me?
Aug 13, 2011 Saturday 16:00
1F, Associate Mission Building (Shanghai 169 Yuanmingyuan Road)
Lecturer: Li Mu
Organizor/Host: Biljana Ciric
Li Mu was invited to participate in Apexart’s Residency Program during May 11 to June 12,2011. Li Mu was arranged in the apartment beside Manhattan, Union Square. He was given a schedule every week: a temple that only four monks in Steten island, a drama in underground basement of Wall Street, a family museum is located in the East Village, a ship museum floating in the sea, a forum about cuisine ... ... Follow the schedule, Li Mu would start his travel.
This event is organized by Biljana Ciric. Li Mu will talk about his residency project and his personal experience,and then, there is a dialogue between Biljana Ciric and Li Mu.
Li Mu was born in 1974, Feng County, Jiangsu Province, China and lives and works in Shanghai.He graduated from the Suzhou School of Art and Design, Suzhou in 1995 and the Academy of Art of Tsinghua University, Beijing in 2001.
Biljana Ciric is independent curator based in Shanghai. In 2011 she initiated project Taking the Stage OVER, one year ongoing investigation related to performative aspects in art.
She is co-curator of Asia Triennale Manchester 2011 presenting project Institution for the Future and regular contributor for Yi Shu Journal, Flash Art, Broadsheet and other art publications.
Art Topics Series
Art Topics is the section in Night @ RAM that directly associates with the contemporary art practice. Rockbund Art Museum will curate and cooperate with other cultural and art organizations, inviting excellent domestic and international artists, critics, and curators, to share with audiences their most recent achievement and profound thinking. They will also communicate and interact with audiences during the events, in the hope to assist them to better understand contemporary art, and also help the artists to obtain direct feedbacks from the audiences, so as to provide them beneficial references.... Read More
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