March 08, 2016

Art Basel Hong Kong 2016

Artist Zoran Poposki is presenting his latest video art work at the international art fair ArtBasel Hong Kong on March 24-26, 2016, as part of the Videotage Media Art Collection.



Under the theme ‘Acentered – Reterritorialized Network of European and Chinese Moving Image,’ the Videotage booth will feature video art works from the Videotage Media Art Collection (VMAC), together with selected works from European partners, such as Casa Asia (Spain), Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art and University of Salford Art Collection (UK), Connecting Spaces Hong Kong - Zurich (Switzerland), MOMENTUM (Germany), and videoclub (UK).

The Videotage booth at 2016 Art Basel Hong Kong  is a collaboration between the Art Basel Crowdfunding Initiative and Videotage.

Since 1986, Videotage has developed itself from an umbrella for media artists to a network of media art and culture for cross-disciplinary cultural productions, as well as a platform to facilitate international exchange.

March 07, 2016

Landscape Beyond




Landscape Beyond: A Journey through Chinese Music, Western Music and Chinese Calligraphy and Painting

Date:10 - 11 / 4 / 2016

Time:15:00 ; 20:00
Venue:Jockey Club Black Box Theatre, 30 Pak Tin St, Shek Kip Mei, Hong Kong
Presenter︰Yao Yueh Chinese Music Association

Concert performance of artist Zoran Poposki's collaboration with contemporary Hong Kong composer Austin Yip at Landscape Beyond.

March 06, 2016

Transfiguring - Imago Mundi book

Artist Zoran Poposki is featured in the book Transfiguring - Imago Mundi (2016).

Image courtesy Fabrica 2016
Imago Mundi - Luciano Benetton Collection
Texts by Luciano Benetton, Ana Frangovska, Claudio Scorretti, Irina Ungureanu, Sonia Abadjieva

With languages that range from photography and digital printing to painting, graphics and sculpture, the Macedonian artists not only give life to a powerful, creative and original vision, but also reflect on a land with deep cultural roots and a past to be protected. 140 works that are characterized both by their textures and choice of colours, and by their interpretation (at times ironic) of themes - the consumer society, memory, the subconscious, sexuality, the visual message, advertising – successfully recreating a psychological map of the human condition today.

Transfiguring is an Imago Mundi collection, a cultural, democratic, global, non-profit project, promoted by Luciano Benetton with the aim of creating the widest possible mapping of the different contemporary artistic experiences of our world. In Imago Mundi, each country is represented by the works of established artists and new talents, commissioned with the maximum freedom of expression.

(Scorretti, Claudio (ed.). Transfiguring - Imago Mundi. Luciano Bennetton Collection. Treviso: Fabrica, 2016.)

March 01, 2016

Making art with the community

MAKING ART WITH THE COMMUNITY: A community-art project and exhibition
Anita Chan Lai-ling Gallery (2 Lower Albert Road, Central, Hong Kong)
Exhibit Dates: April 1 - April 8, 2016
Reception: April 6 (Wed.), 19:00-20:00


Photo courtesy May Yeung & Tin Mok 
Exhibiting Artists:
May Yeung, Mak Siu Fung Vincent, Chung Ka Kan, Leung Hoi Yung Iceman (Hong Kong Innovative Education Foundation).

Curator:
Dr. Zoran Poposki 

Guest artist:
Victoria Hindley

Curatorial advisor:
Jeff Leung

This gallery exhibition is designed as a showcase of community-based artworks created through a collaborative artistic process involving Hong Kong artists, representatives of civil society organizations, and students, facilitated by an international artist. 

The exhibition aims to promote participatory community-based art by engaging visual arts students, visual artists and social services organizations in addressing community development issues through the artmaking. It furthermore aspires to raise awareness about the role of community-based art among the general public of Hong Kong. Through documentation of the art making process the participants bear witness to their personal experience, recognize their stories, and their contribution to public memory becomes a meaningful act of social agency. 

Making Art with the Community is supported by The Hong Kong Institute of Education.