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Videotage

Videotage is a leading non-profit organisation in facilitating, promoting and presenting new media art in Hong Kong. Since 1986, Videotage has developed itself from an umbrella for media artists to a media art and culture network for cross-disciplinary cultural productions and international exchange of ideas and knowledge.
[Interrupture Series : Inside out/Outside in]
Presented by Videotage
Organized by Paul Yip

1. [Space Intruders/ Street art demo]


Date: 27, 28 June 2009 (Sat & Sun)
Time: 3pm-7pm (open for public viewing)
Venue: Videotage
Participating artists: Bigmad, graphicairlines, Start From Zero
FREE ADMISSION


Street artists getting in! Addressing the issue of public/private space, artists Bigmad, graphicairlines and Start From Zero will speak out their view against capitalism, government’s control over the public, city space and system, on the walls of Videotage demonstrating various street art tools and media including paint, spray, stencils, stickers, wheatpaste and so. Both of the sessions on 27th and 28th are open for public viewing and discussion on related topics. FREE ADMISSION. Bring your own drinks and snacks for the laid-back afternoons. The completed works will stay on the wall until convention doesn’t allow them to anymore.

 

About BIGMAD:

WHAT HE’S DOING NOW IS WHAT HE’S NOW THINKING.
THAT’S WHY HE HAS A DIFFERENT BIO EVERYTIME.

HE PAINTS, PLAYS TABLE TENNIS, BADMINTON, MARBLES & THE YO-YO;
HE SCULPTS;
HE YELLS;
HE BOGGALOOS N POP….
HE ENJOYS TO PAINT THE MOST…
YET HE’S ALSO NOT MUCH TIME WITH IT…

HE TRY TO EAT BREAKFAST EVERY MORNING :D

他所做的每一件事情、每一個行動,都是取決於當下的感覺。
所以在不同的時候,他會有不同的自我介紹。

他喜愛畫畫、也愛網球、羽毛球、又會玩彈珠,舞搖搖;
有時雕塑;
間中聲嘶力竭;
更會伴隨著節奏,起舞、或爆擊,或玩樂...

其實,畫畫才是他的最愛,
卻未能多花時間置身其中...

不過,吃早餐卻是每天的指定動作。

About graphicairlines

Cute we are not. The characters created by design duo Graphic Airlines champion the “aesthetics of ugly”. Tat & Vi joined force in 2002 and have since become stalwarts of Hong Kong’s burgeoning street art scence. Apart from publishing and exhibiting their work since 2006, the pair produces their own design of hand-made products.
向可愛說不!二人組合graphicairlines所設計的一系列人物是「醜惡美」的最佳代言人。Tat和Vi於2002年雙劍合壁,現巳成為香港街頭藝術界的中流砥柱。除了於06 年開始 發行和展出自己的作品外,他們還製作自家出品的設計。

About Start From Zero
“Start From Zero” was founded by a Hong Kong local street artist – Dom.
START stands for STreet ART, STencil ART and STicker ART.

The are two meanings of “Start From Zero”:
1. He started performing street art from nothing, i.e. “zero; I hope that when someone see my stickers, they will be like me, start doing street art from “zero”.
2. It can be a slogan for encouraging people when they are unhappy, down or miserable. He also wants people to remind their friends of this slogan when the same things happen.
Apart from using stickers, “Start From Zero” also uses weep pastes, spraying on stencils with different characters and illustrations to convey his message on streets. “Start From Zero” does solo street art as well as collaboration street art. He is an active member of a Hong Kong Street Art crew – ST/ART. Besides performing street art, “Start From Zero” will release various products, T-shirts, badges, caps and other accessories. These are the additional media for “Start From Zero” to more widely spread his message to everyone. www.startfromzero.org

2. [The Spy School exercise # 8 - UNFOLDABLE TEMPORARY PUBLIC SPACE]
A workshop led by Manu Luksch, founder of ambientTV.NET

Date: 1 July 2009 (Wed)
Time: 11am-6pm
Gathering location: ACO (14/F, Foo Tak Building, 365 Hennessy Road, Wanchai) & along the march
Quota: 10 participants

Sign up to info@videotage.org.hk with your name and contact number, email subjected ‘The Spy School exercise #8′.

 

UNFOLDABLE TEMPORARY PUBLIC SPACE
The Austrian artist Manu Luksch from London will hold a whole-day workshop to interrupt the public space on the 1st of July when Hong Kong people will be out for the march. Participants will firstly research on local laws that restrict activities in public space and legistration that grant rights, and then spy in the march team to carry out a series of interruption to change, suggest and improve the use of local public space. Video filming of ideas will be done for online documentation and participants are encouraged to use the footage gained from the workshop for further political actions.
Manu Luksch’s recent work has been public space, its regulation and control. In recent years, technologies such as CCTV surveillance systems exercise control over space without the need for physical borders. The twin forces of corporatisation and technological control of space exert considerable pressure on citizens’ abilities to claim basic rights (of free association, of diginity). Similar trends are seen globally, including in Hong Kong.

3. [Love, Piracy, and the Office of Religious Weblog Expansion/
Performative Book Launch by Manu Luksch]

Date: 3 July 2009 (Friday)
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Videotage
FREE ADMISSION

Love, Piracy, and the Office of Religious Weblog Expansion is a performative book launch. More than a document, the book ‘AMBIENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS’ is part of a process that involves performance, and instigates another process that seeds the growth of a network of readers. Wherever the book is distributed, a ‘censor station’ will be set up, where a specific 1500-word text in the book is censored by hand before each copy is handed over. The censorship scheme is draconian – only a single word of this text is left uncovered in each book – but it is not completely destructive, since a different word survives in each copy of the edition of 1500. The entire text can thus be read by a collective effort: readers can share their words on the project website.

On 3 July at Videotage, the performative book launch will take place simultaneously with the artist talk. Volunteers will be asked to act as censors and censor a text in the book following the artist’s instructions at the ‘censor stations’ set up in the gallery space. The artist Manu Luksch will give a presentation about the publication ‘AMBIENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS’ which elucidates the work of herself, Mukul Patel and collaborators as part of the wave of critical art that has emerged alongside the rise of digital networks.

*We are now recruiting volunteers to be the censors of the book during the performance. Quota is limited. Sign up now by sending an email subjected ‘book launch performance volunteer’ to info@videotage.org.hk with your name and contact number. Accepted registrants will be contacted on or before 29 June.

For more information about the book and the performance, please visit http://www.ambienttv.net/content/?q=ambientbook

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About the artists:
Manu Luksch (Vienna / Austria, 1970)Founder of ambientTV.NET. Through her films, telematic performances and interdisciplinary works, Manu
Luksch explores her preoccupation with the effects of emerging technologies on: daily life, social relations,
and urban and political structures. Particular zones of focus are the borders of public space, the weave of the
urban fabric, surveillance and the gaze, and security and identity systems.

來自奧地利的 Manu Luksch生於一九七零年。熱衷於透過電影錄像,電傳通訊表演和跨媒體等作品類別,探索新科技對公共與私人空間的界別、都市紋理的構造、監視與被監視、保安與身份辦認系統等範疇對日常生活、社會關係、城市與政治結構的影響。

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2009
Love, Piracy, and the Office of Religious Weblog Expansion & Films by Manu
Luksch. Les Cinémas. Centre Pompidou, Paris
No Visible Means of Escape. Norwich Castle Museum
Enter_Action. ARoS Kunstmuseum. Aarhus, Denmark
Unreal Asia. International Short Film Festival Oberhausen

2008
Surveillance and Discipline in Public Space. National Art Gallery of Kosovo, Prishtina
Speaking Out Loud. Netherlands Media Art Institute Montevideo, Amsterdam
Hors Pistes. Istanbul Modern, Istanbul
function fiction. Dazibao centre de photographies actuelles, Montreal
Hors Pistes 08. Centre Pompidou, Paris

{The workshop ‘The Spy School exercise # 8 – UNFOLDABLE TEMPORARRY PUBLIC SPACE’ and the performative book launch ‘Love, Piracy, and the Office of Religious Weblog Expansion’ are organized by Videotage.

Manu Luksch is one of the participating artists in the exhibition ‘Feigned Innocence’ presented by Para/Site Art Space – The Hong Kong Jockey Club Curatorial Training Programme. Flight and accommodation are sponsored by Para/Site Art Space – The Hong Kong Jockey Club Curatorial Training Programme and Videotage.}

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