Jan, 2014

Lecture and Dialogue: Biological Variation and Art Practice

2014.01.25 18:00 - 21:00 | Talks

Wikipedia defines Bio Art as an art practice where humans work with live tissues, bacteria, living organisms, and life processes.

Lecture: Contemporary Indian Art in the Age of Globalization, 1992–2012

2014.01.24 19:00 - 21:00 | Talks

1992 marks a period of intense change in the making and reception of Indian art. The economic reforms initiated in India enabled an inward movement — of curators and critical thinking, and in turn saw the outward location of Indian art within geographical groupings of the global South. From Japan, the Asia-Pacific region and various biennales of the South such as those of Havana and Johannesburg, Indian art assumed certain positions.

【Invisible Torrents】SAVAKA VOL.5 Talk: A Broken Lake guitar improvising by Li Jianhong

2014.01.19 16:00 - 18:00 | Talks

Li Jianhong is one of the most active Chinese noise / Improvisation artists in Mainland China of present days. His involvement in China’s experimental culture started since the late 1990s, being the founder of several groups such as the Second Skin, D!O!D!O!D! and members of groups such as Pisces Iscariots and VagusNerve.

Invisible Torrents:Action AsiaVol.5 Performance art today, NIPAF (Nippon International Performance Art Festival) today

2014.01.18 19:00 - 21:00 | Talks

Performance art was so active in 1960's, but it was only few countries in the world including Japan. Then it's almost disappear. But since 1990's, again performance art became active in the world. And it was not only few countries, so spread out in the world including all Asian countries, Latin America and Central/Eastern Europe. Today we can see so many festivals in the world. Mr Seiji Shimoda will show video and talk about today's new meaning of performance art.

Panel discussion: The art of Bharti Kher: (dis)locations and mutations

2014.01.11 16:00 - 17:30 | Talks

The panel discussion will start off from the artworks of Bharti Kher at the core and move on to questioning contemporary art and its cross-cultural contexts. Ranging from the act of remapping space to the mutation of bodies, from the experience of identities to the practices of alterity, the panelists will debate how artists working in the contexts of India and China could extend and enrich the challenges of contemporary art.

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