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Topic Archives: New media
10 African video artists to know now
Posted on Saturday, March 1st, 2014
Project [SFIP] brings African video art to London. The Ben Uri Gallery and Museum in London is hosting Project [SFIP] from 13 to 30 March 2014. Featuring video art from Africa, the show shines a spotlight on oft-forgotten aspects of … Continue reading
Explaining multimedia performance art – event alert
Posted on Friday, January 24th, 2014
Hong Kong composer Kung Chi-shing and the Kung Music Workshop’s Multimedia Talk series aim to define what multimedia art is exactly.
Shanghai: Art hub or terminal? An overview of the city’s contemporary art scene
Posted on Friday, November 22nd, 2013
Shanghai’s contemporary art scene is growing fast, but does it have what it takes to compete with Asia’s other major hubs, Hong Kong and Singapore?
Science, technology and visual art: Artists in a hybrid world
Posted on Friday, November 1st, 2013
“TEA/Super Connect–2013 International Techno Art Exhibition”, an exhibition at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts from 10 August to 27 October 2013, brought together international artists working with biology, medicine, computer science and robotics to create their works.
Freedom to create: Myanmar’s artists explore an open society
Posted on Friday, September 27th, 2013
Founder of Myanmar Art Nathalie Johnston gives an overview of how Burmese artists are embracing innovations in technology and using them in their creative processes, turning their practice towards new media art.
Singapore artist Ryf Zaini and the mechanics of art
Posted on Friday, July 26th, 2013
In a talk at the Singapore Art Museum, one of the artists chosen for the “President’s Young Talents”, Ryf Zaini, speaks about using technology in his practice and how a childhood accident changed his work for good.
History, memory, nation: Thai artists depict a country of complexity – picture feast
Posted on Sunday, May 19th, 2013
Six Thai artists reflect on the current state of Thailand in “Subjective Truth”, an exhibition curated by Iola Lenzi at 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Hong Kong and coinciding with the first edition of Art Basel Hong Kong 2013.