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2011 SZHKB / MAP
 

9 DEC
The Movement of People Working
by Phill Niblock

10 DEC
Performance by
Zen Lu and Er Dao
Films by Paul Clipson

11 DEC
Moving Images, Moving Cities

Film & Video Works by Trans/disciplinary Artists



LOCATION

LIANG CHA SHOP
涼茶舖
IDUTANG PROJECT
SPACE


F3 OCT-LOFT, Shenzhen, China

CONTACT

studio(at)opalnest.com



 

FUTURE NOSTALGIA
MOVING IMAGES, MOVING CITIES

Future Nostalgia is a glimpse into a distilled and fragmented sense of time and place. Our relationship to the environment and urban space is reflected and reevaluated through ephemeral time-based works. At the foundation of the events are artists and works that evoke a critical perspective on the urban situation, while offering a poetic view on our city’s transient landscape. The featured works and performances, presented by artists who live and work in urban environments, are intimate dialogues between the cityscape, audience and their non-linear present moment.

 

Schedule

9 Dec. Friday / 9PM – 10:30PM / Doors 8:30PM / Free
Screening

Phill Niblock: The Movement of People Working

10 Dec. Saturday / 9PM – 10PM / Doors 8:30PM / ¥30 rmb
Performance
Zen Lu + Er Dao with films by Paul Clipson

coPresented by Neosound

11 Dec. Sunday / 6PM – 8PM / Free
Screening

Moving Images, Moving Cities
Film & Video Works by Trans/disciplinary Artists

Complete List of Artists Here

 

ABOUT

For the 2011 Shenzhen-HK Biennale, New York-based multimedia production agency Opalnest has programmed a dynamic line of special projects that explore key themes of the architectural biennale, bringing the audience a sensory experience that blurs the line between intermedia art and the acoustics of city jungles.

OUR MISSION

As an independent production house, Opalnest is best known to represent artists working with time-based media including film, live visuals, new media culture & technology, sound art, experimental music and performance art. It aims to deliver and showcase the finest in interdisciplinary arts and produce cutting-edge special projects as a parallel to mainstream culture.

 

 

PROGRAMME CREDITS

Produced by Opalnest
Curated by Helen Homan Wu (New York)
Advisor: Aenon Loo (Exit Gallery, Hong Kong)

Supported by Mooka Space and SZHKB Committee (Shenzhen, China)

 

 

 

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