#fireescape #ladder #turquoise #door #cinderblock
Leo Stefansson sonifies Car Crash video by Paul Wong at VIVO Media Arts
Photos from VIVO Media Arts Centre's post in Leó Stefánsson: Spectrograms from a Video Archive
"Spectrograms from a Video Archive" — with Leó Stefánsson and Paul Wong.
85 ways to go .
Ways of Something at Vivid Projects
85 artists, one minute at a time…<br /> Join us for the Birmingham premiere of episodes 1 & 2 (2014) and 3 (2015) of Ways of Something: a contemporary remake of John Berger’s classic BBC documentary, ‘Ways of Seeing’ (1972).
#VIDEOARTVIDEOARTVIDEO #video #art #RGB #red #green #blue #neon 72"x 8" paulwong2011, Audain Collection @winsorgallery #vancouver
THE POST-PHOTOGRAPHIC CONDITION Sept. 10 – Oct. 11, 2015 Montréal
We are at a crucial moment in the history of images. The proliferation of cameras and digital point-and-shoot devices, the incorporation of picture taking into cell phones, the Internet, social networks, new surveillance technologies, the development of virtual reality devices—all this and more is configuring a second digital revolution in which the identity of photography must be rethought. Platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google, Flickr, YouTube, Wikipedia, eBay and Blurb have become tools for experimentation and new creative processes. Today, how can we define photographic quality? Is it possible to identify the photographic canon arising from these new vernacular spaces of the image?
For Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal 2015, I propose a glimpse into the future of the post-photographic condition based on the following scenario:
The emergence of homo photographicus. We all take pictures. There are photographs of everything. The line between image and event is blurred. Towards an ontology of digital photography.
Challenging the document.
Oversaturation of images. The Internet is being converted into both an archive and a universal fertilizer. Massification is imposing a visual ecology that legitimizes new appropriation and anti-artistic practices.
Challenging the art.
The immediate and absolute availability of images: towards an aesthetic of access. Search engines as creative tools. The value of circulation of images versus the value of content of images.
Challenging the canon.
The artist as prescriber. Assignment of meaning to the image prevails over production of the image. Collapse of the traditional roles of artist, curator, collector, teacher, critic… Crisis in the spaces where the image “lives”: museums, exhibitions, books, Web pages.Challenging the condition of the author.
Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal 2015
Les artistes et les partenaires d'exposition sont dévoilés! Visitez notre nouveau site web moisdelaphoto.com #mpm2015
12e édition / 12th presentation08.09 – 09.10.2011
Thanks everyone for liking the posting of the #paternal Wong’s side of #family. Here are the Chen’s #maternal on far right is #grandfather #grandmother with #mother at 3 months #baby surrounded by #aunt #uncle #brothers and #cousins . Aufolk village, Guandong province #China #1925
"Hakdew" #black #alcohol #homemade #mom #chinese #herbal #medicine #externaluseonly #cuts #bruises #swelling #remedy #madeincanada #1981
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http://grunt.ca/exhibitions/mainstreeters-taking-advantage/Exhibition Dates: January 9 – March 14, 2015Exhibition Location: Satellite Gallery (560 Seymour, 2nd Floor, Vancouver, BC)The Mainstreeters—Kenneth Fletcher, Deborah Fong, Carol Hackett, Marlene MacGregor, Annastacia McDonald, Charles Rea, Jeanette Reinhardt and Paul Wong—were an “art gang” who took advantage of the times, a new medium (video), and each other. Emerging from the end-stage hippie era, the gang drew from glam, punk and a thriving gay scene to become an important node in the local art scene. Their activities connect the influential interdisciplinary salon of Roy Kiyooka in the early 1960s with the collective-oriented social practices that emerged worldwide in the early years of the 21st century.
A Moving #paulwongprojects #videoart #contactimprovisation #dance #painting #collaboration
#screening ‘Monte Arte’ April 10, 7pm Archivio Emily Harvey, San Polo 387 #venice #italy
April 10, 2015 in Venice, Italy
Paul Wong, 2013
Video. 18:21 min., color, stereo
A performance created and presented in the context of ‘ Letters’ an exhibition of 1968 paintings by Michael Morris at the Belkin Gallery.
Dance performed and created by Rob Kitsos and Kim Stevenson with music by Martin Gotfrit. The title of this new dance is taken from a discussion in 1982 between Monroe Beardsley, Sally Banes, and Noel Carroll about the nature of what constitutes dance movement. This debate, which continues today (and was challenged in the post-modern dance movement in the 1960s) hinges on the difference and the context between the way we move in everyday life and the added “vigor, fluency, expansiveness or stateliness” found in ‘dance’ movement. “A Moving” pushes the boundaries of this question in the context of a contemporary moving installation.
Performed March 29, 2012 in conjunction with “Letters: Michael Morris and Concrete Poetry Exhibition”, Jan. 12 – Apr. 8 Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC.
Choreographer: Rob Kitsos
Performers: Katie DeVries, Rob Kitsos, Kim Stevenson
Music: Martin Gotfrit
Paintings: Michael Morris
Video Concept: Paul Wong
Camera: Brian Gotro & Paul Wong