May, 2014

SAVAKA VOL.9 Lecture: Sound Art in Taiwan

2014.05.25 15:00 - 17:00 | Talks

The artist purposely creates the multiple refractions of audio beams in the space, through our listening experience, in order to create a new sounding space. As waves generated by wind blowing across the ocean surface, all the random noise sound waves travel through the space. Close the eyes to completely experience this amazingly audio space, which leads our imagination and spirit freely release to the state of the emptiness.

Action Asia Vol.8 Talk: Art as weapon to destroy all idiot power

2014.05.23 19:00 - 21:30 | Talks

Vasan Sitthiket will introduce the background of Thailand politics and art scene till the conflict and the root of Thailand problem, and how artists fight to join with the people to change. He will be further explaining his idea on art:” Art is a weapon to destroy all idiot power. The painting productions are still showed and hanging some where on the wall but the artist' message blast to the people heads (if they had seen it).

Talk: Ink Painting (or Art), a (Troubled) Symbol of Trans-Asian Modernity

2014.05.19 19:00 - 21:00 | Talks

In China, "Ink Painting" is also called "Chinese Painting", the concept of which is not only related to the media and materials of this form of art but also stands in contrast with Western art (oil paintings). Therefore, since the birth of this concept, Ink Painting (Chinese Painting) has been closely related to the modernization process brought about by the West—not only in China, but in all of East Asia, this traditional form of art has been transforming along with the establishment of modern

Talk: Articulation of Writing Language in Contemporary Art and Semantic Development

2014.05.16 19:00 - 21:00 | Talks

Language is believed to be the highest and the wisest presentation both in China and in the West, whereas visual reproduction is thought as a lesser way of representation. This requires us to put such art in the realm of visual culture and study it, which means besides the common research on art history and aesthetics, we need to add study on other areas on top of viewing our visual experiences.

RAM Talk: The supply chains of society - a participative photo project by Sibylle Hofter, Berlin

2014.05.15 19:00 - 21:00 | Talks

Sibylle Hofter introduces her working processes to potential participants as well as to an interested public. With her background of 2 decades of multi media art practice including extended research on extra artistic fields, curatorial and participative approaches she is currently driven by the hubris to create a multi focal collaborative photographic portray of Shanghai within its regional context and beyond the schemes of photographical genres.

Curator’s Talk: Advance through Retreat

2014.05.10 19:00 - 21:00 | Talks

This talk by the curator of the exhibition “Advance through Retreat” proposes a different angle to look at tradition and traditional media of art. It sets out to present artistic positions using traditional media and procedures, such as divination, the game, gambling and traditional strategies.

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