keyboard_arrow_downLife is short,
and art long The words are from Aphorisms by Hippocrates,
the Father of Medicine, and after two millenniums and a half,
they are still valid and insightful.
@ Great Love - Victory!Sophie Chang
115 x 182.5 cm, Oil on canvas, 2020
Opportunity Fleeting, Experimentations Perilous, and Judgment Difficult.
We are living in a fleeting, perilous and difficult time, and it is hoped that art can guide us to once again scrutinising the nature of being human.
Beyond Borders presents kaleidoscopic views and comments on different borders in our society
The borders have generated and shaped by our concept and can be changed accordingly.
@ SmokeShoran Jiang
Ink on silk, 90 x 110 cm, 2019
The exhibition considers visual arts as symbolic power understanding our identity There are certain taboos and transgressions can be re-examined
during the Post-COVID 19 Era.
We question the validity of current globalisation.
@ Pile, Rodrigo Moreirag, Installation
The show explores democratisation of art by examining the means of communication instead of means of production.
In many artists’ interviews, we heard some words in common: fragility, uncertainty, power-struggle and identity, which are coded in their visual languages.
@ You I She HeEdie Xu
Performance Art, 2019
our experience unfolds more stories that have individual and collective characters.
Beyond Borders presents kaleidoscopic views and
comments on different borders
in our society:
race, gender, class, age, and so forth.
@ KM Series, John Zhang Long
50 x 80 cm, Multi-media on canvas, 2020
It is hoped that Beyond Border can offer a cue or an open-end forum that invites views re-thinking about the nature of humanity.