Dec, 2013

【Invisible Torrents】 SAVAKA VOL.4 Lecture: Scenery of Vibration

2013.12.29 15:00 - 17:00 | Talks

I will talk about my field recording. It’s not technical talk. About my concept of recording.I was studied western painting in 1980th. So my background is fine art. I have no experience on musical theory and practice. So my recording work is just the same painting the landscape.And how to realize and describe “scenery” or “landscape” for us.

Corridors of Disobedience: Art and Action in America’s Global Midwest

2013.12.27 19:00 - 21:00 | Talks

For his talk Dan S. Wang will present a picture and theory of America’s Middle West, a region in which the politics of globalization are being played out in socially and environmentally brutal contests.

Under-Construction/Reconstruction as the “Imagination” of Social Practice: Projects on Social Art Practice by Artists in Asia

2013.12.15 15:00 - 18:00 | Talks

Media, action and method—rural art practice in Southeast Asia and South Asia

Under-Construction/Reconstruction as the “Imagination” of Social Practice: Projects on Social Art Practice by Artists in Asia

2013.12.14 15:00 - 18:00 | Talks

Globalization and Asian localization, urbanization critiqued, identity, body and politics

Artist Talk: Hsu Chia Wei

2013.12.08 16:00 - 18:00 | Talks

Hsu Chia Wei’s artistic practice is focused on the imagery from video installations and narrative themes in order to unveil a broader view of various mechanisms in the contemporary age. At the same time, he explores the memory, imagination, identity and other cultural concerns of the place where the filming took place.

RAM TALK: Building Culture-New Museums in China

2013.12.07 16:00 - 18:00 | Talks

China’s recent museum-building boom has been heavily chronicled—and critiqued. During the last decade, more than a thousand new buildings have opened in China: 100 per year on average, with a peak of approximately 400 new museums in 2011. A default narrative has taken hold. The rate of construction is outpacing available art. Museums are empty or filled with forgeries; they lack visitors, curators, and the weight of institutional direction needed for successful futures.

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