At Home in the World: Artist Residencies and Translational Practices | Foundation for Australian Studies in China (FASIC)


by Project Pengyou on September 13th, 2014   2002 views

When and Where

  • 13/09/2014
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm

  • Red Gate Gallery
    Dongbianmen Watchtower, Dongcheng, Beijing
    Beijing
    China
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At Home in the World: Artist Residencies and Translational Practices | Foundation for Australian Studies in China (FASIC)

Event Details

Moderated by Dr Geoff Raby, former Australian Ambassador to China, this panel will explore the artist residency model and its effect on the global contexts and influences on contemporary artists working between China and internationally

Saturday, September 13, 10am-12pm
“At Home in the World: Artist Residencies and Translational Practices”
Dr Geoff Raby, Moderator, Former Australian Ambassador to China
Brian Wallace, Director, Red Gate Gallery
Laurens Tan, Australian Artist
Zhang Zhaohui, Chinese Artist
Lesley Alway, Director, Asialink Arts
Second FASIC Australian Studies in China Conference
Red Gate Gallery, Levels 1 & 4, Dongbianmen Watchtower, Dongcheng | Free | Open to Public | RSVP 
 
Moderated by Dr Geoff Raby, this panel will explore the artist residency model and its effect on the global contexts and influences on contemporary artists working between China and internationally.
 
Brian Wallace, founder of Red Gate Gallery will introduce the gallery and take the audience on a short tour, and will give an account of its long-running international artist-in-residence program. Australian artist Laurens Tan will discuss his own experiences as a resident artist in many countries and how this “transnationalism” has informed his practice. Zhang Zhaohui, whose exhibition opens at Red Gate on this same day, will examine the impact of the artist residency model on Chinese contemporary artists’ engagement with the world. And Lesley Alway will outline Asialink’s residency program, which has sent Australian artists all over Asia for more than twenty years.
 
To RSVP, please email Joanna Bayndrian at Joanna@creative-asia.net by Wednesday, September 10. FASIC will host a lunch following the panel, at Yun Teng Restaurant (a short walk from Red Gate). Please indicate in your RSVP if you wish to attend the lunch.
 
This panel discussion is part of a larger FAISC Conference at Renmin University that runs fromSeptember 11-12. For details, please click here and email Joanna Bayndrian at Joanna@creative-asia.net by Monday, September 8 if you would like to attend.

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