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六 2019

Transmergence #01

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Transmergence est un nouveau format d’exposition du FRAC Alsace, qui veut rendre visible la scène artistique régionale et transfrontalière tout en questionnant sa définition et ses frontières.

L’exposition Transmergence #01 rassemble cinq positions artistiques complémentaires qui explorent le concept de Terre en tant que système
complexe et matière ayant pris forme.

Motivé(e)s par des approches biographiques ou géographiques, les artistes abordent le sujet de manière conceptuelle, formelle et intuitive,
en partant de la matière.

Les œuvres interrogent, recherchent et transforment la matière. Par la geste artistique, la pierre, le sel, le papier, le safran, le pollen de lotus, la chlorophylle, la lumière et l’eau parviennent à une morphologie surprenante, une nouvelle matérialité plastique et visuelle, une forme et une formulation propres.

De choses simples d’apparence émergent des enregistrements et dialogues complexes.

Avec les artistes
Guillaume Barth
Jingfang Hao & Lingjie Wang
Jochen Kitzbihler
Maren Ruben
Capucine Vandebrouck

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Transmergence bezeichnet ein neues Aussstellungsformat des FRAC Alsace,
welches die regionale, grenzübergreifende Kunstszene sichtbar machen möchte und zugleich ihre Definition und Grenzen hinterfragt.

Transmergence #01 versammelt fünf komplementäre künstlerische Positionen, die den Begriff der Erde als komplexes System, als Materie, die Form angenommen hat, untersuchen.

Meist biographisch- geographisch motiviert, vom Material ausgehend, nähern sie sich dem Thema konzeptuell, formal und intuitiv.
Die Werke befragen, erforschen, und transformieren.

Durch die künstlerische Geste finden Stein,Salz, Papier, Safran, Lotuspollen,
Chlorophyll, Licht und Wasser zu überraschender Morphologie, zu neuer plastischer und visueller Stofflichkeit, zu Form und Form-ulierung.

Es entstehen Aufzeichnungen und Dialoge des Komplexen im scheinbar Einfachen.

Mit :
Guillaume Barth
Jingfang Hao & Lingjie Wang
Jochen Kitzbihler
Maren Ruben
Capucine Vandebrouck

五 2019

漫游者之歌

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漫游者之歌 | A White Space Odyssey

5.25 – 7.14, 2019

艺术家:高磊、高露迪、何翔宇、简策、郝经芳 & 王令杰、Christine Sun Kim、李燎、李姝睿、刘诗园、刘文涛、刘辛夷、钦君、石至莹、谭天、童文敏、Ignacio Uriarte、王强、王海洋、王拓、谢帆、杨健、翟倞、张子飘

策展人:沈宸

“当你启程前往伊萨卡,但愿你的道路漫长,充满奇迹,充满发现。”

1911 年,希腊离散文学作家卡瓦菲斯以《伊萨卡》为题,写下了这样的诗句,抒发对于故土的怀念与对漫漫人生的感慨。作为多重意义上的离散者,他远离当时的潮流,创造属于自己诗歌的独特精神世界。卡瓦菲斯在诗中提及的岛屿,正是 24 卷本史诗《奥德赛》(Odyssey)中英雄奥德修斯的故乡。于史诗中,奥德修斯历经 10 年海上历险回归伊萨卡,其名于古希腊语中意为“精神之路”。

时至今日,离散被赋予了更多崭新而复杂的现实涵义。在政治经济全球化的背景下,在去中心化和由网络链接的世界里,离散亦可被视为一次自主的前往和自我意志的选择——正如在另一则以“奥德赛”为母题的经典文本《2001:太空漫游》(2001: A Space Odyssey)中,困顿的海上归途转化为一次主动探究宇宙奥秘的征程。于这样的世界中,空白空间的 24 位艺术家,其出生、求学以及工作生活的地点也在漫长的道路中不断流转。而我们更在意的是,路途中的幸福、喜悦、迷茫、险阻,以及每每迎面而来的真实生活,曾给他们的精神世界与艺术创作带来怎样的变迁?

展览“漫游者之歌”(A White Space Odyssey)试图为空白空间 24 位艺术家的创作之旅进行一次“中途曝光”。通过选取贯穿于他们创作中的“线索性”作品,重返不断指向其各自艺术母题的精神家园。“线索性”作品并不一定是艺术家在过往的创作中最为人所熟知的,却从某个角度彰显或印证着艺术家在命题、观念、方法上的个人化实践及探索。在作品的时间层面上,有的艺术家将展示早期的作品,意在探讨蕴藏其中的方法对后续实践所起到的重要影响;有的则选取了新近的创作,提示着艺术家在当下的重要转变,并对此前的工作加以回应。从作品的精神层面来看,有的艺术家向内进发,探索内部经验的意义;有的则积极与外部世界发生关联,试图对激荡的现实加以回应——尽管在更多情况下,两者是缠绕在一起的。这些选择基于艺术家当下的工作及其阶段性状态进行,也都展现出艺术家一以贯之的批判性思考以及身体力行的工作。

展览无意展现一种普遍化的经验,而是希望回到每位艺术家自身,去关照他们的成长与来路,追溯个体意志、思考、判断与选择的价值;并以这些个体生命的多样性和复杂性,去织构交相辉映的星丛与通往未来彼岸的可能。

四 2019

获奖 Contemporary Talents, François Schneider 基金会

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The call for applications for the 8 th edition was held from 1 st September to 1 st November 2018. The names of the 47 finalists of the competition chosen by 4 Expert Committees were announced in February 2019 and a booklet with 47 pre works -selected has just been published.

The final selection will take place on 4 April 2019 at the grand jury meeting in Wattwiller.
The selection of the winners will be announced on April 5 at 11 am at the François Schneider Foundation by Jean-Noël Jeanneney, President of the Grand Jury.

The 2019 grand jury, chaired by Jean-Noël Jeanneney , is composed of renowned personalities from the world of the arts:
Felizitas Diering (FRAC Alsace Director)
Alfred Pacquement (Heritage Curator, France)
Ernest Pignon Ernest (artist, France)
Fabrizio Plessi (artist , Italy)
Roland Wetzel (Director of the Tinguely Museum, Switzerland)

Meeting in Wattwiller on April 4th, the grand jury chose 7 artists of 4 nationalities as winners of the 8 th edition of the contest.
> Rachael Louise Bailey (United Kingdom) Global, 2018 . Sculpture, 3m in diameter.
> Guillaume Barth (France) The Second World, Elina, 2015. Video, 4mn41.
> Olivier Crouzel (France) 18 curtains, 2015. installation, 11,520 x 3,240 cm.
> Hao Jingfang and Wang Lingjie  (China – France) Over the rainbow, 2016. Installation, variable dimensions.
> Eva Nielsen (France)Zode IV , 2018. Painting, 200 x 180 cm.
> Capucine Vandebrouck (France) Puddle , 2017. Installation, variable dimensions.
> Wiktoria Wojciechowska (Poland – France) Short Flashes , 2013. Photography, 80 x 768 cm.

The works of the laureates will be presented in a collective exhibition at the Foundation’s art center and will be part of their collection. Over the years, a unique set of forty pieces has been created by the acquisition of the works of the laureates – drawings, paintings, sculptures, videos, photos or installations – illustrating the theme of water from different angles (scientific, political, ecological, philosophical, etc.) and testifying to the diversity of artistic practices of the 21st century.

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四 2019

Cosmos:2019

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Curator : Valerie Perrin
From 13th April till 20th July 2019

In the era of new technologies and the exploration of Mars, how do contemporary artists view, appropriate, interrogate the cosmos? Has the development and accessibility of certain data, initiated new artistic practices, new fantasies, new “alien” encounters? These are the questions that the exhibition’s Cosmos: 2019 would like to ask.
With : Susan Hiller, Cécile Beau, Venzha Christ, Guillaume Bertrand, les Éditions à Mort, David Guez, Jingfang Hao & Lingjie Wang, Esther Hunziker, Marie Lienhard, Silvi Simon, RYBN.ORG.

During the 1960s at the time of the Cold War, Space was an issue of national prestige, power and rivalry between the United States and the U.S.S.R. In reaction to the U.S.S.R. sending the first man into space (1961), the United States, sent the first man to the Moon. So, on July 20 1969, during the Apollo XI mission, man took his first step on the moon.
This historical event was broadcast globally, live via satellite, over television and radio, and reached an audience of more than 500 million people on this Blue Planet. A landmark event in media history, these images sparked a fertile imagination of space travel, confirming the aesthetic intuition of Stanley Kubrik’s film 2001 : A Space Odyssey, which had been released one year earlier. Where fiction anticipates reality…
Fifty years later, space became less about national conquest, more about scientific research and technological development with international collaborations like the International Space Station. Their images inundate the Internet and are quite accessible to all.
In the era of new technologies and the exploration of Mars, how do contemporary artists view, appropriate, interrogate the cosmos ? Has the development and accessibility of certain data, initiated new artistic practices, new fantasies, new “alien” encounters? These are the questions that the exhibition’s Cosmos: 2019 would like to ask.
Cosmos: 2019 is introduced by two codes: first, ‘Binary Stele’ by David Guez, which imprints the binary code of the iconic photo of man’s first steps on the moon onto material, thus retaining this image for eternity, second, an installation by Guillaume Bertrand, of the navigation software for the Apollo XI program, remembers Margaret Hamilton, the woman who created this software yet remained unknown for forty-seven years and because of whom, men were able to walk on the Moon.
The art works presented in the exhibition Cosmos: 2019 propose another journey in space: in the literal sense by experiencing flight with Logics of Gold by Marie Lienhard, and also by discovering the poetic and fictitious galaxies of Cécile Beau, solar and martian traces of Jinfang Hao and Lingjie Wang, Ester Hunziker and Silvi Simon. Cosmos: 2019 is also an opportunity to meet those who observed unidentified flying objects in the sky through the installation of Susan Hiller, the pop up book of Editions à Mort which gives a voice to ufologists. And, with the researches of Venzha Christ and RYBN.ORG to ask whether the cosmos might now be a new territory for intervention by artists.
Cosmos: 2019 towards another space conquest?
Opening on Saturday 13th October at 5 p.m in Espace multimédia Gantner

二 2019

COCOSMO

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Les recherches de Jingfang Hao et Lingjie Wang sont le fruit d’une « exaltante alliance des contraires ».

Leurs oeuvres puisent aux racines de la culture chinoise et sont nourries de références à l’histoire de l’art occidentale. A la fois
conceptuelles et sensuelles, objet et processus.

Cette bipolarité, que l’on retrouve dans le taoïsme mystique originel sous la forme du Yin et du Yang, est davantage une façon d’être au monde qu’un système.

Chacune de leurs oeuvres repose sur un dialogue entre une conception cartésienne et mathématique, héritée de leur formation d’ingénieurs et d’un intérêt pour l’art conceptuel occidental, et une vision sensuelle et poétique du monde et de la nature liée à leur culture chinoise et à leur connaissance de la matière qui compose les objets qui nous entourent.

十二 2018

滚动中的雪球

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2018年12月15日下午三时,“滚动中的雪球·南京”将在南京艺术学院美术馆开幕,本次展览由李小山担任艺术总监,伊尼卡·顾蒙逊、秦俭担任学术顾问,陈瑞、李梅兰任策展人。展览将集中呈现五十二位中外艺术家的作品,包括素描、绘画、油画、摄影、装置、雕塑、表演和影像等综合媒介。

自 2010 年起,“滚动中的雪球”项目由中国欧洲艺术中心发起,至今已经举办了十一届。滚动中的雪球展将中外各界艺术家汇聚一堂,他们在世界各地都曾开展研究,发表作品及展出。这种文化交流与合作大大丰富了各国艺术家的文化,思想和观念,并帮助他们提炼艺术观点及重新定义他们在本土与艺术的关系。这种跨文化交流可谓是其思想的一部分,对他们在国内及国际的工作和联系大有裨益。

国际交流对于艺术本身来说是一种养分。艺术流动在世界的每个角落。文化间的交流,是一门视角的艺术。古往今来,不同文化之间带着对彼此的预设和猜想相遇,通过对话和碰撞,不断检验、反思并调整自身旧有的视角与看法,增进对彼此的了解与认识,取长补短,求同存异。“他者”的文化也仿佛一面镜子,映照出我们自身的文化肌理,使我们在向外求索的同时也透过对方的视角更加客观地审视自己。更为丰富的视角带来更为宽广的视野,也让我们在更为广阔的世界图景中越发清晰自身的立足之本。

这个冬天,让我们一起来南京“滚雪球”!