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2017.01.13 Fri, by

Times Heterotopia Trilogy III – The Man Who Never Threw Anything Away -Guangdong Times Museum

The Man Who Never Threw Anything Away borrows its title from an installation of the same name in Ilya Kabakov’s Ten Characters (1988). >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2015.03.05 Thu, by

Cui Xiuwen: a profile in time and space

One only has to look up at the Shanghai “Boogie Woogie” that agitates in fits outside and in myriad renewed metropolises throughout China, as much as anywhere else. Cui’s response is not to compete but to measure, not to define but to explicate, to process, to seek a rebirth. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2014.10.16 Thu, by

Time_Art_Impact Dialogue #6

MOMENTUM Berlin and Minsheng Art Museum Shanghai are proud to present the collaborative project: Time_Art_Impact, a year-long education program of dialogues between media artists from the MOMENTUM Collection and key figures from the Shanghai art scene. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2014.08.20 Wed, by

The Crude Matter of History: LATENT SPACES at Haw Par Villa, Singapore

The exterior of this former theme park is a chromatic nightmare. A monstrous fabricated rock terrain, the geological terror fortifies the premises in a throbbing sprawl of blood red and sickly yellow. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2019.09.16 Mon, by

Not Vital
Galerie Urs Meile Lucerne

In Not Vital’s art, everything is out of place, yet precisely where it belongs. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2018.11.22 Thu, by

“As We May Think, Feedforward”, The 6th Guangzhou Triennial 2018, Guangdong Museum of Art

Titled As We May Think, Feedforward, extending this seminal text’s far-reaching ramifications into the artistic domain as a way to reflect on the trajectories of technological advances and their reverberations throughout the social sphere over the past decades, the 6th edition of Guangzhou Triennial seeks to address the multiple implications engendered by such a technologically constructed time-space - in the real and through the virtual - by examining creative endeavors both from geographical purviews and from cosmic prospects in responding to the challenges and opportunities at stake and to think, once again, through a new alliance of visions by humans and nonhumans alike, machines and flesh with equal footing, organic and inorganic hand in hand, an alternative outlook for a new possibility of ecology whereby a retooled humanism may thrive in a Parliament of Things (to borrow a term from Bruno Latour) in symbiosis and reciprocity. >> Read more
Think, 2018.05.29 Tue, by

Event and Spirit-Image: Bodily Dismemberment in the East and West and the Logic Surrounding “Consecration”

Ancient forms of punishment that involve bodily dismemberment were considered “inhumane” and thus abolished. In comparison, in the effort to challenge norms regulating common conceptions of humanity, many contemporary artworks often take up “dehumanizing” positions >> Read more
Think, 2017.02.06 Mon, by

YUN HYONG-KEUN
David Zwirner
New York

David Zwirner is pleased to present an exhibition of large-scale paintings by Yun Hyong-keun (1928-2007) from the mid-1970s through the 1980s, on view at 537 West 20th Street in Chelsea. >> Read more
Think, 2016.11.24 Thu, by

MAI-THU PERRET
“ZONE”
Simon Lee Gallery
London

Simon Lee Gallery is delighted to announce Mai-Thu Perret’s second solo exhibition and her first at the London gallery. Mai–Thu Perret creates interdisciplinary works that combine the languages of feminism, politics, theatre, nature, religion and art history. The exhibition Zone expands on Perret’s own fictional narrative The Crystal Frontier, which the artist has been writing […] >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2016.11.08 Tue, by

Everyday Transformations: Guan Xiao

I intend to speak of forms changed into new entities —Ovid, Metamorphoses >> Read more

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