Online Exclusive Artist Panel Talk: VOYAGES EXTRAORDINAIRES
a) Deconstructing The Interactivity Between Art & Other Subjects
b) The Dissent Practitioners Migrating Between Art & Other Subjects
2020.5.21, 10 am (New York)
2020.5.21, 10 pm (Beijing)
ZOOM Room Code：958 3908 0194
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Curator: Esther Yijun Xu
Time Arts is pleased to announce VOYAGES EXTRAORDINAIRES, an online artist panel talk by 7 guest artists via ZOOM.
From the Earth to the Moon is an 1865 novel by Jules Verne.
It tells the story of the Baltimore Gun Club, a post-American Civil War society of weapons enthusiasts, and their attempts to build an enormous Columbiad space gun and launch three people—the Gun Club's president, his Philadelphian armor-making rival, and a French adventurer—in a projectile with the goal of a Moon landing.
Although three adventures successfully traveled aboard the projectile, they did not reach their destination. Instead of landing on the moon, the shell orbited the moon 2,800 miles from the moon. The destinies of the three astronauts are left inconclusive.
There is a group of practitioners migrating between Art, Computer Science, Architecture, Chemistry, and other subjects.
Just like the space and dimension from the Earth to the Moon, the boundaries of subjects are always mysterious, uncertain, and filled with potentiality. The practitioners turn to the indeterminacy, experiment, and practice in interdisciplinary works. Some of them primarily majored in Art, then converted to other subjects. The others are professionally researching in CS, Architecture, and Chemistry, etc., but also involved with the art field in many ways.
We are arranging this online artist panel talk discussing the influence of the interflow between technology and art to politics and practices. The talk provided by 7 guests and one moderator from different fields will present their unique experience and deconstruct the interactivity between Art and other subjects in a virtual way.
We are arranging this online artist panel talk discussing the influence of the interflow between technology and art to politics and practices including a Q&A session. This is going to be a live event on May 21st, 2020, at 10 am (NY) EST through Zoom and open to the public, featuring guest artists and moderators from different fields and cities worldwide.
If you are interested in communicating and connecting with the coolest art crowd and your art practice is related to new media/design, please join us!
We have invited professors and artists from RISD, SVA, Pratt, and UC Berkeley, the founder of the MINUS SPACE, founder of the TIME ARTS SPACE, interior designer from AvroKO, 3D printing designer and founder of the Oomstudios, and computer science artists, etc. We are listing the event through Artcards, Art in America, Artsy, and official sites of galleries in NYC, Beijing, and Shanghai.
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Moderator: MATTHEW DELEGET
Matthew Deleget is an artist, curator, and arts worker. Matthew has exhibited his work nationally and internationally, including solo and group exhibitions in the US, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. His work was included in the 2014 Whitney Biennial by Michelle Grabner at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. His additional museum exhibitions include MoMA/P.S.1 (Long Island City, NY); Bronx Museum of the Arts (Bronx, NY); Herbert F. Johnson Museum (Ithaca, NY); Bass Museum of Art (Miami, FL); and Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (Indianapolis, IN).
In 2003, Matthew co-founded MINUS SPACE. Matthew is represented by Alejandra von Hartz Gallery (Miami, FL) and Dr. Julius | AP (Berlin, Germany). He teaches in the MFA Fine Arts Department at the School of Visual Arts, NYC; Low-Res MFA Program at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia; and Professional Development Program at Creative Capital, NYC. He holds an MFA in Painting and an MS in Theory, Criticism and History of Art, Design and Architecture from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, and a BA in Art and German from Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN.