How To Read a River —— Wang Yiyuan How To Read A River is a performance by artist Yiquan Wang. He takes river as a metaphor to the overwhelming newsletters in today's contemporary art world. He will act as a communicator and spread texts to other performers to read aloud. Accidentally, sound effects may be noisy or harmony.
Dosen't Matter If You Saw Or Not —— Wu Meng Within 60 minutes, a woman's body and a few stones, all these were returned to the initial intercourse between man and things. It may reconstruct the relationship between people, objects, space and time in a simple way.
Cast Accounts / Qiuzhuang Project —— Li Mu + Na yingyu During the one year Li Mu stayed in Qiuzhuang, Na yingyu came sometimes and spent months to visit and follow the Qiuzhuang Project. They made official conversation aperiodically. Na Yingyu always say:” I must make a conversation about cast accounts of Qiuzhuang project with you.” Now, they bring this conversation to Am Art Space, let us talk about the cast accounts of Qiuzhuang Project.
Wang Yiquan is a Beijing-born artist, writer, whose investigations in the expand filed of sculpture have led him to create art in the forms of text, object and performance. He once studied at Beijing International Studies University, Central Academy of Fine Arts, and Central Saint Martin's. Now he takes post-studio practice in Beijing.
Wu Meng is an artist, freelance writer and performer. Her work involves in video, documentary film, performance art and theatre. Her works were invited to Hang Kong City Festival (2009), German Pavilion (Shanghai EXPO 2010), MAMALA Theatre Festival (Shanghai 2010), "Every One's East Lake" Art project (Wuhan 2010), "Right to City" (Hamburg 2011), 2012 Chinese Culture Year (Leipzig 2012), Haikou International Youth Experimental Arts Festival - HIYEAF （2013）、OPEN international performance art Festival (Beijing 2013) .Her also one of the founding member of important Chinese theatre collective Grass Stage since 2005. She performed with Grass Stage's productions in many cities of China, as well as in Japan, Korea, Singapore, Germany and India.
Li Mu was born in 1974, Feng County, Jiangsu Province, China and lives and works in Feng County and Su Zhou of China.He graduated from the Suzhou School of Art and Design, Suzhou in 1995 and the Academy of Art of Tsinghua University, Beijing in 2001. Li Mu created works of different categories, including video, photography, installation and performance. He looked forward to transcending the boundaries of himself and broadening his understanding towards art via these works. Everyday life played an important role in his works. A relationship between the environment, the general public and him was established, blurring the boundary between art and life by resorting to his life experience. Now Li Mu is working on a ongoing project Qiuzhuang Project---Collections from Van Abbemuseum in his hometown Qiuzhuang village in Feng County of China.
Na Yingyu was born in 1973, Yichun, Heilongjiang, China. Live in Beijing. His created works of different categories, including video, movie, photograpy and VJ (Live Video works). The solo exhibition he recently hold is in Location one,NYC,USA and Granoff Center ,Brown University,USA. His works have been exhibited and collections in Israel, Brazil, Austria, the Netherlands, USA, Canada, Thailand, Germany and other places. At the same time, he play in music festival as a VJ.
6：00－6：30 Wang Yiyuan How To Read a River
6：35－7：35 Wu Meng Dosen't Matter If You Saw Or Not
7：40－8：40 Li Mu + Na yingyu Cast Accounts / Qiuzhuang Project
Time：28 Dec. 2013 (Sat.) 6－9PM Address：50B Fengxian Road close Shimen Er Road, Am art space Traffic：You can take Metro Line 2 to West Nanjing Road and out from Exit 2, Parking is in Shimen Er road close West Beijing Road Ticket info：Free