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Art explores mind and body relationship

FOUR diverse artists from the drawing, painting, performance, video and real-time motion-capture technology fields have been invited to present their work at the annual special project “RAM Highlight 2018: Is It My Body?”

Visitors can experience a multi-dimensional art space blending exhibitions, concerts, performances, workshops, lectures and other activities together.

The focus is on how visual art dominates our living habits and modes of thought, therefore transforming the means by which humans perceive their own bodies.

The project attempts to shift towards the body’s other perceptual systems, reflecting on questions regarding the different levels of the body and probing an array of issues relating to the body and subjectivity.

Among the four works featured in the exhibition, Nunu Kong has organized three experimental performances, which she personally leads and demonstrates to participants how movements are related to the issue of the “body.”

“Electromagnetic Brainology! Brain Control Messenger” by Lu Yang draws on neurology, turning the relationship between body and the spiritual world into works integrating animation, otaku culture, game aesthetics, which the artist derives from divergent interpretations of the “body” from various cultures and religions.

(Shanghai Daily)

Date: Through October 4, 10am-6pm

Venue: Rockbund Art Museum

Address: 20 Huqiu Road


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