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SIM Cheol-Woong – LANDSEASKY @ MAAP SPACE: 5 Nov – 28 Nov

From the 5th to the 28th November, MAAP presents Sim Cheol-Woong’s An / other River at MAAP SPACE as part of LANDSEASKY, MAAP’s international touring exhibition. SIM CHEOL-WOONG (b. 1958, South Korea) works predominately in digital video and often employs special effects in his videos. In An/other River (2011) displayed in LANDSEASKY, Cheol-Woong grafts together two sides of… Read more »

LANDSEASKY Chapter 2 open in Brisbane: 22 Oct to 28 Nov

MAAP’s international touring exhibition LANDSEASKY has wrapped up in Korea, China and Sydney, Australia and is now open in Brisbane from 1st October in two different galleries in two iterations. Chapter 2 Opening Event: Wednesday 22 October 6.00–8.00pm at Griffith University Art Gallery 226 Grey Street, South Bank, Brisbane Artist Talks: Wednesday 22 October 6.00–8.00pm at Griffith University… Read more »

LANDSEASKY @ MAAP SPACE: 1 Oct – 5 Nov

From the 1st October to 5th November, MAAP presents Yang Zhenzhong’s work Passage and Giovanni Ozzola’s work  Garage – sometimes you can see much more at MAAP SPACE as part of LANDSEASKY, MAAP’s international touring exhibition. For more information visit the project page by clicking here YANG ZHENZHONG (China, b. 1968) has explored spatial relationships in… Read more »

LANDSEASKY Chapter 1 open in Brisbane: 1-18 Oct

MAAP’s international touring exhibition LANDSEASKY has wrapped up in Korea, China and Sydney, Australia and due to open in Brisbane on 1st October in two different galleries in two iterations. Chapter 1   Opening Event Wednesday 1 October 6.00–8.00pm at Griffith University Art Gallery 226 Grey Street, South Bank, Brisbane Opened by Russell Storer, Curatorial Manager, Asian and… Read more »

LANDSEASKY Dispatches at MAAP SPACE: 23/05/14 -30/09/14

Since January this year, MAAP has been concentrating on it’s touring exhibition LANDSEASKY:revisiting spatiality in video art in venues across Korea, China and Australia 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… Read more »

LANDSEASKY in Sydney 20th August to 11th October

MAAP’s international touring exhibition LANDSEASKY has wrapped up in Korea and China and now heads to Australia to be shown in two chapters across two different locations in 2014: Sydney from the 20th August to 11th October 2014 at the National Art Schoool & Brisbane from the 1st October to 13th November 2014 at Griffith… Read more »

thingworld: International Triennial of New Media Art 2014

MAAP is proud to present with the National Art Museum of China (NAMOC) an ambitious media art exhibition titled: thingworld: The International Triennial of New Media Art. MAAP is presenting five Australian artists with three major art installations for what has become one of the most expansive media art exhibitions of its kind. Boasting 58… Read more »

Opening at MAAP SPACE

Join us for drinks at MAAP Friday 23 May 5:00pm – 7.30pm Since January this year, MAAP has been concentrating on the presentation of it touring exhibition LANDSEASKY:revisiting spatiality in video art in venues across Seoul and Shanghai. The exhibition opened in Seoul Korea in Artsonje Center and five commercial galleries that were located in… Read more »

LANDSEASKY Symposium Shanghai 18th April 2014

“Revisiting Spatiality in Video Art” Symposium On the occasion of the opening of LANDSEASKY exhibition at OCAT Shanghai, critical insights into contemporary video art and art theory will be discussed Organizers: SIVA – Shanghai Institute of Visual Culture, Fudan University; OCAT, OCT Contemporary Art Terminal Shanghai; MAAP, Media Art Asia Pacific; Time: 18 April 2014,… Read more »

LANDSEASKY in Shanghai extended till 22 June

The opening of ‘LANDSEASKY: revisiting spatiality in video art’ at OCT-Contemporary Art Terminal Shanghai is fast approaching. This video art /moving image exhibition is made up of an outstanding collection of Australian, Chinese and international artists exploring video in very unusual and spatially aware ways. Shanghai chapter of the exhibition has been extended and will now be  on public… Read more »