Video/Art: The First Fifty Years: Barbara London in conversation with Kim Machan

Video/Art: The First Fifty Years:  Barbara London in conversation with Kim MachanTime: 20:00-21:30, 29 January (New York Time) Corresponding Beijing Time: 30 January 9:00-10:30 Guests: Barbara London, Kim Machan Language: Conversation in English with Chinese simultaneous interpretation  How to Participate: (Chinese) bilibili @OCAT上海馆 (English) Youtube @OCAT Shanghai, Weibo @OCAT上海馆   ABOUT THE LECTURE Barbara London, curator, art historian, and… Read more »

Public Program OCAT Shanghai, Sing Song-Yong and Dong Bingfeng

OCAT Shanghai Pavilion | Online Lecture The Past and Present of Contemporary Taiwanese Video Art: History, Aesthetics, Technology – by Sing Song-Yong This lecture is part of the [Refocusing on the Medium: the Rise of East Asia Video Art] Public Program Date: Sunday, January 24, 2021Shanghai Time: 2-4pm About the lecture In the early 1980s,… Read more »

Introducing the Participating Artists of Exhibition Refocusing on the Medium

The exhibition Refocusing on the Medium: The Rise of East Asia Video Art assembles key protagonists that initiated experiments with the medium of video originating from Japan, South Korea and China, including Katsuhiro Yamaguchi, Nam June Paik, Yoko Ono, Keigo Yamamoto, Kim Kulim, Takahiko Iimura, Shigeko Kubota, Park Hyunki, Soungui Kim, Wang Gongxin, Ellen Pau,… Read more »

Shuxia Chen, Recipient of the 2020 Australia Council for the Arts China Professional Placement for MAAP Video Art Project

  Shuxia Chen, Sydney based art historian and curator, received the 2020 China Professional Placements: MAAP-Media Art Asia Pacific in partnership with OCAT Shanghai, from the Australia Council for the Arts. With the support of this grant, Shuxia has been working closely with MAAP Director Kim Machan, curator of the upcoming exhibition “Refocusing on the Medium: The… Read more »

Opportunity – professional placement with MAAP

The Australia Council is supporting a professional placement with MAAP in Shanghai in 2020.  The OCT Contemporary Art Terminal (OCAT) museum group, established with OCAT Shenzhen in 2005, is a growing network of independent, non-profit contemporary art museums across China. OCAT’s programs focus on in-depth surveys, research, publication, and presentation of both individual artists and thematic group… Read more »

Louise Bennett and Erika Scott in Gwangju exhibition

Louise Bennett and Erika Scott in a site specific video installation at the 2017 KOSMA International Exhibition Media Nostalgia: Time Reflection Two of Brisbane’s most original artists will be featured in an exhibition in Gwangju, South Korea in November 2017. Curator Kim Machan said ‘I’m very pleased to see Louise and Erika take their work into this very interesting… Read more »