Kunsthalle Faust & Hannover Messe-Messehalle 6, Hanover, Germany
XIANG Liqing 向利庆
ZHANG Qing 章清
As part of the Chinese Culture Year in Germany and on the occasion of the partnership between China and the Hannover Fair will present artists from China, a multimedia showcase. At 5,000 square meters of exhibition area in Hall 6 and at the Kunsthalle Faust, the exhibition presents the effects of rapid economic development in China.
Jet lag , also in German "jetlagged", is a disorder of the sleep-wake cycle, which occurs when a passenger moves across several time zones away and his body clock can adjust to the short term at a new time. As treatment, the adjustment to the time zone of your destination is recommended.
Skipping time zones with jet lag as a tolerated side effect of advancing globalization processes in the twenty-first century have long been found in contemporary art and visual expressions in familiar strangers are visible. In a broader context, this leads to changes in systems of values, cultural identities and historical imprints. The exhibition provides an artistic contribution to this effect, to build communication bridges and unbiased adjustment processes of globalization to visualize, as they may affect both the individual and an entire society. Key words of the economic expansion of China as "mass production" represent diametrically terms such as "specialization", the western economic success over principle.
Jetlag to consensus, the common denominator, its perception and visionary potential of contemporary art can find expression. Under slogans such as mass production, mobility, and virtual worlds, the exhibition participatory projects, light installations, space-related works, photography and video art.
A bilingual catalog for the exhibition.
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