Group Art Exhibition in HK: Made in Taiwan
Date: Feb 24, 2012 – Apr 29, 2012
Venue: Input/Output (Hongkong, China)
Curator: Joel Kwong
Artists:Li Ren Chang, Lin Guanming, Chung Han Yao
Co-organizers: Agora Art Project x Space
Synopsis: According to “New Media in Art” by MICHARL RUSH, photography and video technology was invented as early as the beginning of the 1880s, and then moved on to the discovery of Dadaism & Fluxus which led to the development of conceptual art, video art, and digital art, interactive art and bio art. The development of new media art in Asia began later than the West and about 20 years ago, Hong Kong started exploring this genre by blending new media art performances in performing arts. At the same time, new media organizations and the arts festival established in Hong Kong. The development of new media art in Taiwan started almost at the same time with significant support from the government, educational institutions and the commercial industry. With the development of science and technology in the past decade, artists has been exploring videos and computer software, lighting, sound and other creative media to develop their own artistic style.
In recent years, Input/Output has been concerned about the development of new media in Asia, this exhibition features three young and energetic new media artists born in the eighties. They will each bring their individual style for “Made in Taiwan” using video, sound, lighting and animation.
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
No. 28 Tai Ping Shan Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong.