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Exhibition Detail
Chinese 3D animation video art
Hong En Daoist Temple (beside Bell Tower food market), Jiu Gulou Street, Doufuchi Hutong, Dongcheng District, Beijing
北京市东城区旧鼓楼大街豆腐池胡同洪恩观前殿(钟楼菜市场旁边)
Beijing
Beijing
China


December 31st, 2011 8:30 PM - 10:00 PM
 
, Miao Xiaochun (缪晓春)Miao Xiaochun (缪晓春)
> QUICK FACTS
EVENT TYPE:  
Screening
WEBSITE:  
http://www.zajia.cc
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
beijing
EMAIL:  
ambra.corinti@zajia.com
PHONE:  
+86.10.84049141
OPEN HOURS:  
Daily 11.30 a.m. to late
TAGS:  
3D animations, 3d art, video-art, Chinese-contemporary digital
> DESCRIPTION

杂家 zajia lab // beijing project space is pleased to announce a special screening of
Chinese 3D animation video art

SATURDAY  DECEMBER __31st  time:  8:30 pm

artists & works:

Miao Xiaochun  :  "Microcosm" / 15'56'' / 2008
                               “Restart” / 14’22”/ 2010

 Zhang Xiaotao :  "Mist" /34'06''/, 2008  
                             
"Sagya"/ 15'06'/ 2011

Cang Xin
:   "Cang's Shaman" / 8''/ 2009

It is not debatable that video has entered the art world in a major way and is now an art form to be reckoned with. No curator, no respectable collector can ignore it – and yet, as visitors, video art often leaves us perplexed, unconvinced. Where does the art world draw a line between cinema, short movies, music videos and art videos? At what point does a short movie become an art work, costs the price of an artwork, is exhibited in a museum? Which poses the ultimate question – what should we expect of video art?

23 November 2011 by Mathilde Leblond
(full text : http://www.160grams.com/news/culture/miao-xiaochun-and-the-problem-of-video-art)


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