LSS DISPATCHES offers audiences in Brisbane documentation and updates of MAAP’s international touring exhibition LANDSEASKY: revisiting spatiality in video art as it is installed in venues across Korea, China and Australia. MAAP SPACE presents a growing archive of still and moving installation documentation, press coverage, and artists interviews amongst exhibition collateral generated by the project. MAAP SPACE digests the international touring experience to consolidate an overview of the project as it is being installed – a window into the social and formal exhibition preparations and presentations.
Artists include: Jan Dibbets (The Netherlands), Paul Bai (Australia), Lauren Brincat (Australia), Barbara Campbell (Australia), Wang Gongxin (China), Shilpa Gupta (India), Yeondoo Jung (South Korea), Derek Kreckler (Australia), Giovanni Ozzola (Italy), Joao Vasco Paiva (Portugal/Hong Kong), Wang Peng (China), Kimsooja (South Korea), Craig Walsh (Australia), Sim Cheol Woong (South Korea), Heimo Zobernig (Austria), Yang Zhenzhong (China), Zhu Jia (China)
The exhibition launched in Seoul, Korea on 21 February 2014 across the following venues:Artsonje Center, Lee Hwaik Gallery, One and J Gallery, Opsis Art, Gallery IHN, Gallery Skape and proceeded to Shanghai, China from 19 April to 22 June 2014 at OCAT-OCT Contemporary Art Terminal, Shanghai
In Australia LANDSEASKY is presented in Brisbane and Sydney concurrently, in a unique partnership between MAAP and two higher education art institutions: Griffith University Art Gallery in Brisbane (1 October–13 November 2014) and the National Art School Gallery in Sydney (21 August–11 October 2014) with MAAP Space Gallery (1 October–13 November 2014)
Join us by appointment at MAAP SPACE where documentation of moving and still images from the touring exhibition so far is currently on show and stay tuned for LANDSEASKY arriving at MAAP Space Gallery shortly!
Venue: MAAP SPACE 111 Constance Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane.
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or 07 3108 8559