PROJECTS 2020: NEW MEDIA
Art Central is pleased to announce the return of PROJECTS for its 2020 edition to be curated by Hong Kong-based curator Kyle Chung.
PROJECTS large-scale installations, spatial interventions and immersive experiences break the boundaries of traditional art fair presentations. For the next edition, between six to eight outstanding projects of new media art will be selected for their innovations in aesthetics, medium, content and/or context. The sector is open to participation by exhibiting galleries only and the deadline for applications is 8 November 2019.
ABOUT THE CURATOR
Kyle Chung is a Hong Kong based curator whose recent exhibitions explore the dynamics between technologies, materiality and human agency. Selected exhibitions include Ellen Pau: Time After Time Will Tell at 1961, Singapore; #YOU #ME #ourSELFIES at Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre; One World Exposition 2.1: #like4like at chi K11 art space, Hong Kong; Carla Chan: To Outland at SMAC, Berlin, Germany; Conjunctions and Disjunctions: International Symposium on Electronic Art 2016, Hong Kong; Bright Shadow at The Morgue, London, UK.
Chung has been appointed as Director of Exhibitions at Diversity Arts Festival in Gay Games Hong Kong 2022; Co-Chair of Art Gallery at SIGGRAPH Asia 2018 in Tokyo, Japan; Jury of CynetArt International Festival in Dresden, Germany in 2016. Chung is currently Senior Research Associate in Centre for Applied Computing and Interactive Media, City University of Hong Kong; and Curator at Videotage, Hong Kong.
Clockwise from top left: Déjà Entendu. An Opera Automaton (2015) by Lukas Truniger. In Conjunctions and Disjunctions: International Symposium on Electronic Art 2016, curated by Kyle Chung and Harald Kraemer. Photo credit: CityU; Untitled (Head Piece) (2014) by Wing Hong Tung. In SIGGRAPH Asia 2018 Art Gallery, curated by Kyle Chung and Tobias Klein. Photo credit: SIGGRAPH; The Raver (2018) by Hu Weiyi. In #YOU #ME #ourSELFIES (2018) at Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, curated by Kyle Chung, Isaac Leung and Ivy Lin. Photo credit: Videotage; CarbonScape (2018) by Chris Cheung (h0nh1m) / XCEED. In #YOU #ME #ourSELFIES (2018) at Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, curated by Kyle Chung, Isaac Leung and Ivy Lin. Photo credit: Videotage.