The media shift, which everyone is currently experiencing, can be
depicted in two forms. On the one hand, software-based simulation
technologies enable higher immersive qualities in film (post-)
productions (VFX, from morphing to 3D), or in the development of games.
On the other hand, the perception and use of media products become a
sensory spectacle, an event without boundaries.
approach is created by every technology that makes the individual, the
self- and social consciousness in part a co-actor of medial processes.
Within the context of the B3 2015, motion pictures in all of their
manifold and diversified forms are correlated to the main theme:
To that end, the Biennial will also focus on the three large fields of ART, BODY, and COMMUNICATION.
Theme/ MOVING IN TIME B3+BEIJING
Moving image exhibition Space/ CAFA Museum second floor, Peking, China
Period/ 27th of May 2015 to 22th of June 2015
Opening/ 16:00, 27th of May 2015
Principal Consultant / Di’an Fan, Bernd Kracke (HfG Offenbach)
Chief Curators / Huangsheng Wang, Xiewei Song, Annita Beckers
Executive Curators / Chunchen Wang, Jun Jin, Jun Fei
content of “B3 + Beijing” will try to explore cross media creative
strategy rather than the traditional exhibition model. “B3 + Beijing”
will focus on the transmedia and moving image, and trying to explore
technology into art and design.
It’s not only the general
presenting moving image, but rather will innovative think about the
process of creation and how to react the theme in the cross media
environment. Moving co-create online the same work from different
international creators will also be explored during the create process
of final works.
All information can be found in the attached PDF.