Living As Form is a research-based audio-visual documentation exhibition, curated by chief curator of Creative Time of New York, Nato Thompson. It surveys more than 100 projects in the past 20 years that blur the line between art and everyday life, and that emphasize participation, dialogue, and community engagement.
For Brooklyn Bridge, Kasmalieva and Djumaliev used their characteristic video technique to document experiences of Russian-speaking immigrants from one-time Soviet-controlled areas of Central Asia residing illegally in Brooklyn, New York.
Including a series of forums and a sound performance, the program explores contemporary Taiwanese culture, specifically art production and production processes in relation to the notion of colonial modernity and the impact of capitalist political economy.
On October 20, TheCube Project Space is pleased to present the seventh installment of the thematic exhibition Re-envisioning Society: Hong-Kai Wang’sThe composer composes the future so that the composition leaves…
Based on the materials of the field recordings, the work is influenced by “sound documentary”. Even though the visual element is deliberately reduced, this exhibition is not lacking in images. During the process of listening, the audience/listeners will find that sounds can conjure up rich images in their imagination.