LANDSEASKY : revisiting spatiality in video art
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), Zhang Peili (China)
LANDSEASKY brings some of the most interesting and challenging video artworks from 20 international contemporary artists to 3 different countries in a major Asia-Australia tour. Meditating on the motif of the horizon in sublime and complex ways, the exhibition features sharp contemporary artists occupying and transgressing screen space. The exhibition tours to South Korea, China and Australia across multiple prestigious museums and galleries in 2014-2015.
In Guangzhou, China from 26 March 2015 to 6 May 2015
Guangdong Museum of Art
Information about LANDSEASKY in Guangzhou, here
In Brisbane, Australia from 1 October to 28 November 2014
Griffith University Art Gallery & MAAP Space Gallery
Information about LANDSEASKY in Brisbane, here
In Sydney, Australia from 21 August to 11 October 2014
National Art School Gallery
Information about LANDSEASKY in Sydney, here
In Shanghai, China from 19 April to 22 June 2014
OCAT – OCT Contemporary Art Terminal, Shanghai
Information about LANDSEASKY in Shanghai, here
In Seoul, Korea from 21 February to 23 March 2014
Set across six host venues in the Samcheong Dong art district
Information about LANDSEASKY in Seoul, here
Major Sponsors | Australia Council for the Arts | Arts Queensland | Australia- Korea Foundation | Copyright Agency Cultural Fund | The Confucius Institute at Queensland University of Technology.
Thanks to the Australian Embassy, Seoul and Australian Embassy, Beijing and the Australian Consulate-General Guangzhou.
For further information on LANDSEASKY, please visit the individual project pages by clicking Seoul, Shanghai, Sydney, Brisbane or Guangzhou