非常火锅 —— 艺术家驻地项目

A Very Hot Pot —— Artist Residence Programs

公共活动(Public Program)

中国美术学院跨媒体艺术学院(SIMA)工作坊

 

工作坊/讲座:《比全球艺术更暖》

时间:4.20/4.21 (周一、周二下午)13:30—17:00

主讲: Stefan Baltensperger+David Siepert,

Bignia Wehrli,廖文峰

语言:中文+英语(现场配备翻译)

地点:中国美术学院(南山路218号),跨媒体艺术学院,4号楼305教室

 

“非常火锅”艺术家驻地项目是由杭州清影艺术空间发起主办,瑞士文化基金会、中国美术学院跨媒体艺术学院提供支持与协作的一个项目。

参与驻地的艺术家有:Baltensperger + Siepert (CH), BigniaWehrli (CH), 廖文峰 (CN),时间为期一个月,驻地结束之后,展览将于4月25日在清影艺术空间开幕。

驻地期间,艺术家会在中国美术学院跨媒体艺术学院进行一个艺术家讲座/工作坊。

 

工作坊日程安排如下:

4月20日。在工作坊的开始,每一位艺术家会就自己的创作方法和作品做一个陈述报告。讲座之后会就“在全球语境中他们每个人的艺术方法;艺术家们是如何定位他们的艺术实践,因为这些艺术实践所来自的特定的文化背景越来越处在全球化的语境中;如果艺术离开全球语境还可以生存吗?”等一系列问题进行讨论。

4月21日。艺术家希望可以在第一天讲座和讨论的基础上,和同学们进行更深入的关于作品创作、艺术观念的交流。有兴趣参与的同学,可以携带自己的作品陈述或者问题与艺术家进行探讨和沟通。

4月26日(“非常火锅”展览开幕第二天),艺术家们将会给参与工作坊的同学进行一次“非常火锅”展览现场的导览与交流。

 

参与艺术家简介

 

StefanBaltensperger +David Siepert

从2007年起,在苏黎世的艺术家StefanBaltensperger和 David Siepert就作为艺术小组进行工作。在艺术创作中,他们对社会、文化和政治议题进行了批判性的思考。他们将自己沉浸于系统中,致力于使其显现以及改变它们。从2010年之后,他们创作的重心集中在“政治的”以及对后殖民结构的理解。

 

David在德国西南部的黑森林长大,然后去了瑞士。Stefan在瑞士苏黎世长大。他们都在巴塞尔美术学院学习过,后来都获得苏黎世艺术大学美术专业研究生学位。

 

Bignia Wehrli

毕业于德累斯顿艺术学院自由艺术系。在Bignia Wehrli的艺术实践中,她关注寻找新的方式捕捉易逝的痕迹以及转化地理空间的距离。一次行走的痕迹成为一个字母,一次旅行被转化成可以穿在身上的衣服,两个地方的距离被转成了乐谱上的声音……

 

廖文峰

毕业于中国美术学院新媒体系总体艺术工作室。通过对日常环境和遭遇的观察及分析,廖文峰将从其发展出的作品视作“反应”。这些“反应”成为了一些新的元素和动力,可能激活原有的情境以及构造新的关系。




Workshop:“Warmer than Global Art”

Apr20-21,Monday&Tuesday,13:30—17:00

Artist Talk:Bignia Wehrli, Liao Wenfeng, Stefan Baltensperger + David Siepert

Language:Chinese+English

Place:4-305,School of Intermedia Art, China Academy of Art

Adress:No.218 Nanshan Road, China Academy of Art

 

“A Very Hot Pot”is a residency projec thosted by Hangzhou’s Inna Art Space, with additional support from School of Intermedia Art(China Academy of Art) and the Swiss Arts Council Prohelvetia.

Participating artists include:Bignia Wehrli,Liao Wenfeng,Stefan Baltensperger + David Siepert. The residency lasts for one month.

Under the title”Warmer than Global Art” the artists Baltensperger + Siepert(CH),Bignia Wehrli (CH), Liao Wenfeng (CN) will give an artist talk and a workshop at the China Academy of Art, at the department of Intermedia Art. After a presentation of their works they will discuss their individual artistic approaches within a global context.How do the artists localize their artistic practices,which derive from certain cultural backgrounds in a more and more globalized context? Could art survive without any global context?

The second day is reserved for studio visits and individual discussions with students from the Chinese Academy of Art.
On April 26th the artists will guide the workshop participants through the exhibition “A Very Hot Pot”.

 

Brief introductions of participatingartists

 

Baltensperger + Siepert

Stefan Baltensperger and David Sieperthave been working collaboratively since 2007. With their artistic practice,Stefan and David critically reflect on social, cultural, and political issues.They immerse themselves into systems, aiming to make them visible and to manipulate them. Since 2010 the focus of their work lies within’the political’and the understanding of postcolonial structures.

David grew up in the Black Forrest in Germany and later moved to Switzerland. Stefan grew up in Zurich, Switzerland.Both David and Stefan attended the Basel School of Fine Arts, as well as the graduate Fine Arts program at Zurich University of the Arts.

 

Bignia Wehrli

In her artistic practice Bignia Wehrli searches for new methods to capture ephemeral processes and to transfor mgeographic distances. The trace of a walk becomes the letter of an alphabet, a journey transforms into a wearable dress, a distance between two places is transferredinto a sound of a musical composition…

 

Liao Wenfeng

Through observation and analysis of his surrounding and encounters in daily life, Liao Wenfeng develops his art works as reactions. These reactions become new elements and dynamics, which can activate the former situation and create new relations.