I Hear Your Dreams: Contemporary Art from Norway
The exhibition presents seven works create by five leading contemporary Norwegian artists who are actively engaged on the international stage. These five artists share a certain commonality in the medium they adopt. The story that brings these artists' works together takes sound and time as its conduit and revolves around dreams, subconscious and memories.
Remapping Reality: Selected Video Collection from Wang Bing
“Remapping Reality” marks the first comprehensive presentation of Wang Bing’s collection of Chinese video art from the post-Olympic era. In this moment of historical rupture, the exhibition attempts to take the collection as a point of departure to develop a new narrative framework.
Wu Di: "Omen"
Based in Beijing, Wu Di has been producing good art, and great exhibitions, for more than a decade. However, she does not want to be known for a single style of expression or form of art alone. And so, her work constantly changes form.
Hao Jingban: "Silent Speech"
OCAT Xi’an is delighted to host Hao Jingban’s solo exhibition “Silent Speech”, which focuses on Hao Jingban’s exploration of history and reality, through use of various images and language as reveled in three major video works related to research projects she has carried out in recent years.
8102 – On Reality
As the sixth installment of our annual emerging artists exhibition series, 8102 presents a realistic landscape of the narrative and evaluative peculiarities, the imaginative visions, of Chinese artists from the ‘80s and ‘90s generations.
Artists Zhu Changquan & Wang Changcun Dual Solo Exhibition
Born in 1980s, both media artists think outside of the frameworks of traditional art domains by adopting scenario simulation, microscopic simulation, computer programming, electronic music, and other languages to present young artists’ different perspectives in observing the world and new means of engagement with everyday life.