电子世界的民谣 新时线媒体艺术中心(CAC)2015年威尼斯双年展中国馆合作项目

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作为最值得期待的国际双年展之一的——威尼斯双年展就要于5月9日开幕了!中国馆里的表现,自然备受期待!今年,作为中国馆的媒体艺术合作伙伴机构CAC,对不能够去展览现场的观众们发放福利啦~他们根据中国馆“民间未来”的主题,发展出一个系列的网上平行合作项目!


而在5月8日那天,CAC上海展馆将会呈现“电子民谣”的首展,将中国馆内的场景通过艺术的手段呈现出新的艺术影像!之后还有派对和现场表演等着你!还不赶快行动起来!


电子世界的民谣

新时线媒体艺术中心(CAC)2015年威尼斯双年展中国馆合作项目




作为2015年威尼斯双年展中国馆的媒体艺术合作伙伴机构,新时线媒体艺术中心以“电子世界的民谣”为主题,把中国馆“民间未来”的构思推向虚拟空间,发展出一个系列的网上平行项目,通过这个窗口,让民间的希望和潜力,尤其是新生代艺术家创造性地运用新技术、批判性地反思新技术的张力得以体现。


“电子世界的民谣”以沈莘作品《工作的旋律——对你也许意味着更多》拉开帷幕。沈莘将中国馆的内景实时传输至上海的新时线媒体艺术中心的空间,以一个残缺的全息avatar影像演出一场真假重叠的戏剧,叙述一段关于工作、劳作、身体、财富、阶级与死亡的鬼魅般的故事。艺术家郭熙、张健伶带领我们循着电子世界的轨迹去经历一趟他们正在同时进行中的史诗般的“大航海”,跨越地球,航行于陆海之间,以数不清的词章、图像、物件再造想象之预言,使看似琐碎平凡的日志堆积成情感与记忆的浓厚沉淀,可供下载分享,抑或打包邮寄。当王郁洋把汉字笔画拆解成“0”与“1”的序列并赋予其变换无穷的三维图形,让普罗众生只稍轻击鼠标便能创造雕塑般的文字时,叶甫纳则召集了一个“人民指甲大会”,抛开艳丽的华贵,只为美而纵情:“在线上绘制指甲的图案,然后打印在你的指甲上”,告诉我们自主的愿景或可如此轻松俏皮地得以践行。苗颖是URL的老手——她在网络的围墙和篱笆筑成的迷宫里游刃有余,在这里戳开一个口子,在那里凿开一道缝隙,Youtube的视频和gif动画是她用来颠覆无所不能的电子王国之政商规则的同谋。最后我们迎来了林科。土生土长于数字空间的林科让我们着迷于手提电脑神秘的歌谣,伴着硬盘与USB存储棒间的厮磨,和着键盘敲击的协奏。对他而言,电子世界的民谣正预演着一出由无数的东西,包括了人类与非人类所组成的万众欢歌的合唱。




新时线媒体艺术中心:

活动 | 电子世界的民谣

时间:2015年5月8日星期五20:00

地点:上海莫干山路50号18号楼

www.chronusartcenter.org




新时线媒体艺术中心将于2015年5月8日在上海展馆呈现“电子世界的民谣”的首展——沈莘作品《工作的旋律——对你也许意味着更多》。艺术家沈莘将中国馆的内景实时传输至上海的新时线媒体艺术中心的空间,以一个残缺的全息avatar影像演出一场真假重叠的戏剧,叙述一段关于工作、劳作、身体、财富、阶级与死亡的鬼魅般的故事。同时为配合2015年威尼斯双年展中国馆当日的CAC专场活动“电子世界的民谣”及新闻发布会,CAC上海展馆将举办派对并邀请声音艺术家马海平带来精彩的现场表演。




Folklore of the Cyber World

CAC@the Chinese Pavilion, la Biennale di Venezia 2015



As the new media art partner institution of the Chinese Pavilion, Chronus Art Center will organize a series of parallel online projects under the theme of Folklore of the Cyber World to extend the Other Future envisioned by the Chinese Pavilion to cyberspace, revealing the vigor and brio of the younger generation of Chinese artists in their critical engagement with the pervasive media society and creative use of new technologies.

Folklore of the Cyber World inaugurates its program with SHEN Xin's Rhythms of Work - Means Something to You, in which the interior of the Chinese Pavilion is teleported to CAC's Shanghai space as a defective holographic avatar performs a dramaturgy juxtaposing the real and unreal, unfurling a ghostly story of work, labor, body, wealth, class, and death. Artists GUO Xi and ZHANG Jianling usher us to a cyber trajectory of the epic journey that the two are concurrently undertaking in Grand Voyage, sailing on lands and oceans across the globe, reenacting fanciful parables in thousands of words, pictures, things and objects of the trivial and insignificant that aggregate into thick residues of sentiments and memory downloaded and parceled. While WANG Yuyang transforms the strokes of Chinese characters into “0”s and “1”s and molds these digits into myriad three - dimensional objects that can be culled by the millions to create words in sculptural forms at a mouse click, YE Funa calls out for a "congressional assemblage of manicures," escorting a passion for beauty beyond the pageantry: "Draw nail pattern online and print them on your nails," letting known autonomy can be as easy as whimsically exercised. MIAO Ying is a veteran of URLS; she finds loopholes to navigate the labyrinths of walls and fences in cyberspace, poking open a bit over here, hacking a crack over there, youtube videos and dancing gifs are her accomplices in subverting the politics and commerce of the all mighty electronic sovereign. Finally we have LING Ke, a digital native who mesmerizes us with the mystics of a laptop ballad, rhyming with the clinching of hardrives and USB sticks and the chiming of keyboards, for him the folklore of the cyber world rehearses a joyful choir sung by a throng of things, human and nonhuman.




Chronus Art Center:

Event | Folklore of the Cyber World

Time: May 8, Friday, 20:00

Venue: Building 18, No 50 Moganshan Rd., Shanghai

www.chronusartcenter.org




Chronus Art Center (CAC) invites you to "Folklore of the Cyber World" Launch of the Parallel Online Exhibitions and Celebration Night.


On 8th May 2015, CAC will inaugurate the parallel online exhibitions in Shanghai with Shen Xin's Rhythms of Work - Means Something to You, in which the interior of the Chinese Pavilion is teleported to CAC's Shanghai space as a defective holographic avatar performs a dramaturgy juxtaposing the real and unreal, unfurling a ghostly story of work, labor, body, wealth, class, and death. At the same time, in conjunction with CAC's special event at Chinese Pavilion, CAC will host a celebration night in Shanghai with live performance by MHP.


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