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【Today Design Salon】 Harmony or disruption - spatial installation in contemporary art
Type:Listen –Art & Culture Lecture
Guest :Max Gerthel (program director of Institute for Provocation),He An (Beijing-based installation artist),Maurice Bogaert(Dutch installation artist)
Time:1st Nov. (Sat.)15:00~16:30
Venue: 2nd Floor Exhibition Hall of Building 2
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【Today Design Salon】 Harmony or disruption - spatial installation in contemporary art

Conversations about contemporary art like space, installation and sparkles among design have never stopped. It is always a field that worth one more look.

In recent years spatial installation art has gone from being sculptural interventions in space to becoming total integrated environments which aim to change our common perception of space. Works by contemporary artists such as Mike Nelson, Thomas Saraceno and Ernesto Neto invite the public to experience space that is modified through either subtle means such as repetition or reproduction to new configurations and materials which open up a new physical awareness. 

In this discussion a Dutch and Chinese artist will present their work followed by a discussion with invited artist/architect/curators. 

Afterwards, we will present a series of dialogues, discussions and  workshops.

Guest:
Max Gerthel, architect and director of Institute for Provocation, a Beijing-based workspace and think tank aiming to be a crossway between disciplines and attitudes in the realm of art, architecture, design and urban studies.

He An, a Beijing-based artist, creates site-specific installations and environments which trigger our sense of relationship between body and space. His works often incorporate volatile materials from everyday life and play with our understanding of permanent and transient. 

Maurice Bogaert, an Amsterdam-based artist. In resent years he has been developing a series of works that engage, with something he calls filmic architecture. In these works, he explores the relationships between scale models, sets, architecture, narrative and the moving image.