“The Garden”: Hong Kong curator Enoch Cheng – interview


Art Radar spoke to curator and artist Enoch Cheng about the concept behind this unusual, thoughtful and constantly changing exhibition.

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“Our Bright Future-Cybernetic Fantasy”: exploring AI, robotics, biotechnology and the posthuman at Nam June Paik Art Center


“Our Bright Future-Cybernetic Fantasy” explores technology and art from the perspective of Nam June Paik’s Cybernetics.

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“Hansel & Gretel”: the art of surveillance by Herzog and de Meuron with Ai Weiwei in New York


Art Radar reviews the collaborative art installation exploring surveillance, created by the team behind Beijing’s Olympic Stadium, the Bird’s Nest.

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“The Body is a Big Place”: Peta Clancy and Helen Pynor at the Science Gallery London


Spanning various disciplines including medicine, science and philosophy, “The Body is a Big Place” opens at the Science Museum, London, from 27 July until 17 August 2017.

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“EMISSARY FORKS featuring THOUSAND ISLANDS”: multimedia artist Ian Cheng – artist profile


United States artist Ian Cheng explores the arbitrariness of human behaviour and power systems.

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Animation in ink: Chinese artist Liu Yi’s “Flowing Feast” at ShanghART Singapore


Merging traditional ink practices with animation techniques, Liu Yi’s style is delicate and at times surreal.

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“Flat Sunlight”: Vietnamese artist Lena Bui at The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre, Ho Chi Minh City – in pictures


The new Factory Contemporary Arts Centre in Ho Chi Minh City holds exhibition organised by Oxford Clinical Research Unit, Ho Chi Minh City. Vietnamese artist Lena Bui has been collaborating with the Oxford Clinical Research Unit for years to develop … Continue reading

Coding art: Japanese collective teamLab in the digital renaissance – artist profile


Interdisciplinary ensemble teamLab creates high-tech interactive art installations imbued with traditional Japanese motifs that allow co-creation, reinventing the relationship between the artist, the artwork, and the audience. Art Radar spoke to the collective to find out more about their origin, raison d’etre, influences, creative process and plans for the future.

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