Infrastructural Territory: The Spatial Foundation of National Discourse
The exhibition is presented through installations, photographs, models, videos and other mediums in exploring the symbiosis between infrastructure and landscape, as well as their shared practices and cross-disciplinary overlaps among the sub-branches of architecture, urban planning and landscape design on the subject on “infrastructure”.
On Struggling to Remain Present When You Want to Disappear
The concept of “real” goes beyond the simple definition of truth, to encompass and question the norms and perceptions associated with both tangible and intangible forms of existence, thereby allowing the viewer to re-investigate the actual implications of “The time of the Real” we are in.
Dragon Liver Phoenix Brain-Eight Emerging Artists
Being part of the OCAT Shanghai annual young artists project, this exhibition will also be the last exhibition of the year and is organized by Mr. Colin Siyuan Chinnery, a curator long devoted to the research of contemporary Chinese art.
The Grand Voyage: A Man Upside Down
The exhibition will take the audience into the mesmerizing vertigo space of “a man upside down” unveiled through multi-channel videos and mechanical installations.
The Distant Unknown-- Contemporary Art from Britain
The curator Jiang Jiehong invites five British artists to initiate a dialogue that explores the notion and our understandings of ‘distance’ through video, photography, sculpture, sound and installations.