Over the past few years, Lu Liang has been dedicated to creating what he calls “empty scenes” without figures. The scenes he depicts are based on his personal experiences. Liang uses techniques of classical painting to express contemporary concerns.
Lu Liang has exhibited work at Creek Art Center, Beijing and Eslite Gallery, Taipei. His work is in the collection of the National Art Museum of China.
Residents from China
Antonia Low’s installations, sculptures and photographs are inspired by infrastructures that underline everyday life, such as work spaces, storage rooms, construction sites and archaeological excavations. When she exposes a room’s wiring or presents medieval walls on semi-transparent fabric, she is only rarely concerned with a critique of that specific site. Instead, her interest is in a spatial reconstruction of how the recollections and after images of spaces become fixed in one’s mind and superimposed on an actual space.
Residents from United Kingdom
The work of Elisabeth Molin deals with slips in perception, time warps and bodily displacements; often materialized as video, photography, installation and performance. Her work looks beyond the seamless ideology of the world we live in and finds multiple jarring contradictions, dislocations, asymmetries and quiet injustices.
Elisabeth Molin has had exhibitions at Wiels, Brussels; Sundy, London; Sixty Eight Institute, Copenhagen; Austrian Cultural Forum, London and Danish Cultural Institute, Edinburgh, among others. She has shown her videos as part of the 32nd Images Festival in Toronto, the 31 Stuttgarter Filmwinter in Stuttgart and the 7th Medrar Video Festival in Cairo.