Artists’ Film International – a video screening event
Alejandro Cesarco, Anetta Mona Chișa, Lucia Tkáĉova, Liu Chuang, Gianluca & Massimiliano De Serio, Karim Debbagh, Dan Finsel, Ben Hagari, Sefer Memisoglu, Aleksandar Jestrovic Jamesdin, Sriwhana Spong, Corin Sworn, Nguyen Trinh Thi
Nov 24, 2012
Para Site Art Space is pleased to invite you to Artists’ Film International, a video screening event that takes place on November 24, Saturday, 3pm at Para Site Art Space. Featuring video, film, animation works selected by 12 partner organisations around the world, this event will present works by international artists such as Anetta Mona Chișa, Lucia Tkáĉova, Ben Hagari and Corin Sworn. For this occasion, Para Site has selected 2 works from Liu Chuang, namely Untitled (Festival) and Untitled (Dancing Partner).
Liu Chuang (b. 1978, Hubei) lives and works in Beijing, China. He graduated from Hubei Institute of Fine Arts in 2001. Past exhibitions include Image-History-Existence, Taikang Art Collection, National Art Museum Of China, Beijing and Moving Image In China: 1988-2011, Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai in 2011, China Power Station, Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli, Turin and Studies & Theory, Kwadrat, Berlin in 2010; The Generational: Younger Than Jesus, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York in 2009.
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Participating artists and institutions: Alejandro Cesarco selected by Fundacion Proa, Buenos Aries, Brazil; Anetta Mona Chișa and Lucia Tkáĉova selected by n.b.k Video-Forum, Berlin, Germany; Liu Chuang selected by Para Site, Hong Kong, China; Gianluca & Massimiliano De Serio selected by GAMeC, Bergamo, Italy; Karim Debbagh selected by Cinematheque de Tangier, Tanger, Morocco; Dan Finsel selected by Ballroom Marfa, Texas, United States; Ben Hagari selected by New Media Center, Haifa, Israel; Sefer Memisoglu selected by Istanbul Modern, Istanbul, Turkey; Aleksandar Jestrovic Jamesdin selected by Belgrade Cultural Center, Belgrade, Serbia; Sriwhana Spong selected by City Gallery Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand; Corin Sworn selected by Whitechapel Gallery, London, United Kingdom; Nguyen Trinh Thi selected by San Art, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.