Between July 22 - July 27 2011, TASML in collaboration with National Art Museum of China, Goethe Institut (China) presented three artist presentations at Ullens Center for Contemporary Art as public program of Translife: Media Art China 2011, International Triennial of Media Art.
Initiated and organized by TASML and designed by Ma Yansong, "Weather Tunnel" since its unavailing on July 26 2011, has been an attraction of the Translife exhibition at NAMOC. New York Times' review of Translife opens the article by introducing the "Weather Tunnel":
An interactive multi-sensory installation by Wang Yuyang (CN), MeatMedia (CN) and Jeffrey Huang (CH) is featured in "Weather Tunnel," a component of Translife: International Triennial of New Media Art, on view until July 17 at the National Art Museum of China.
"Brain Station" by Wu Jiehui, Shao Ding and neural engineer Zhang Dan is now on view at the National Art Musuem of China as part of Translife: International Triennial of New Media Art organized by the National Art Musuem of China. The work has received extensive press coverage in numerous print and online media.
On July 5 2011 Apostrophe Films, a cultural TV studio based in Singapore, traveled to TASML to film an interview with artists Wu Jiehui, Shao Ding and neural engineer Zhang Dan
TASML is pleased to announce that ZHU Xiaowen has been awarded the first TASML/DSML Artist Residence Award.
An international jury has selected ZHU Xiaowen among other candidates for her proposal Wearable Urban Routine as a resident artist to begin a 6 week-long program at V2_Lab (Rotterdam) in the summer of 2011. She will produce a wearable device and make a series of urban performances.
With the support of DSL Collection, the renowned art collection specialized in contemporary Chinese art, the award is conceived to provide emerging Chinese media artists with an unique opportunity to engage with cutting edge research and production in the intersection of art, science and technology
Weather Tunnel Blog is up
TAMSL is pleased to offer two workshops which aim to generate compelling environmental artworks for the forthcoming international media art exhibition Translife: Media Art China 2011 organized by the National Art Museum of China.
TAMSL in corporation with LDM (Media + Design Lab) of EPFL | Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne has selected two emerging artists from mainland China,