This audio-visual performance by Inter-Mission reimaging Lee Kang-so’s Disappearance, Bar in the Gallery in 1973 is quite an unexpectedly chaotic experience for me. It was set up in the staircase of National Gallery Singapore. Without any preliminary knowledge, this was my impression of the performance. A “coffee shop” was strangely set up at the entrance of the performance. Thinking it was Read more →
Disappearance, Bar in the Gallery with INTER—MISSION is a collaborative audiovisual performance of the collective INTER—MISSION’s “Life Circuit: I/O” that inhabits Lee Kang-So’s “Disappearance” or “Disappearance, Bar in the Gallery” (1973). According to the event page, Life Circuit is an ongoing project that is experimental and explores intersections between video art, music and performance. This performance Read more →
In “Life Circuit: I/O”, I think the artists were trying to not just recreate but reinterpret the activities and chaos of daily life that surrounded people in the setting of a bar, as it did in the past era of Korea that Lee was trying to capture in his original work. Instead of noise and sights coming from the natural Read more →
What was the event about?
The two-day interactive piece that involved the re-exhibiting of Lee Kang So’s Disappearance, Bar in the Gallery (1973) as well as the collaboration of technology in art by Inter-mission, namely Urich Lan and Teow Yue Han. During the performance, there was a lot of sounds and visual stimulation via videography. This included scenes from Urban Shibuya Read more →
On 22 and 23 August, collaborative INTER-MISSION showcased their artwork: Life Circuit: I/O, which incorporated Lee Kang-so’s Disappearance, Bar in the Gallery (1973) at National Gallery Singapore. The work showcased 2 parts, which lasted throughout the 2 days.
The first part showcased one of the artists wearing a headgear that covered his whole face, and wherever he moved, the device would send sound feedback which Read more →
Happenings at Disappearance, Bar in the Gallery
This is a combination of two art works — Disappearance, Bar in the Gallery by Lee Kang-so & Life Circuit by Urich Lau and Teow Yue Han.
Disappearance, Bar in the Gallery
Disappearance Bar in the Gallery is a remake of an interactive installation by Lee Kang-so from 1973. The idea behind the work is its Read more →
Pulse Room is an interactive installation by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, which features 300 clear incandescent light bulbs, 300 W each and hung from a cable at a height of three metres. The bulbs are uniformly distributed over the exhibition room, completely filling it. An interface placed on a side of the room has a sensor that detects and records the heart Read more →
This work titled ‘Put Your Head into Gallery’ was done by artist Tezi Gabunia as part of the Popiashvili Gvaberidze Window Project at viennacontemporary 2016. This artwork comprises of a series of a replication of miniature museums. There were mainly 4 museums and artists being featured: Tezi Gabunia in the Saatchi Gallery, Peter Paul Rubens in The Louvre , Damien Hirst in Tate Read more →
Vakki is an artist who explores various media including graphic design, kinetic installation, video, and interactive media. She geometrically interprets the process of moving and creating objects in a given orbit, and questions the cycle of existence through kinetic work with graphics and motility. she has been working on crossing the boundaries of diverse fields with the artist’s delightful visual Read more →
10.000 Moving Cities is an interactive installation by Marc Lee, a Swiss artist born in 1969 who creates network-oriented interactive art objects: interactive installations, media art, internet art, performance art, video art, augmented reality (AR) art and virtual reality (VR) art. He is experimenting with information and communication technologies and within his contemporary art practice, he reflects critically creative, cultural, Read more →