Road trip in Guangdong
Exhibition View at Vitamin
The Institut für Raumexperimente (Institute for Spatial Experiments, Berlin, www.raumexperimente.net) traveled to Hong Kong, Shenzhen/Dongguan, Guangzhou and Beijing from 9.-25.1.2014. Walk-in-progress is an experiment timing space, primed by the experiences of traveling to meet, leaning into spatial relationships inveigling mental distances, generating moving stories, motions and emotions of scale, speeds slowing, perceptual political contracts of effort and energy, attention spanning directionality, agencies agency. Walk-in-progress shares ideas motion. Co-produced and hosted by Vitamin Creative Space, Guangzhou, open to the public from 10.2.-10.3.2014.
The projects are ideas and interventions, images action. Some are precise statements, others errant dreams, others personal distortions and curated delusions. Some are autonomous projects soon to be realized, unknown characters operated on by translations, parts carried and realized in other places, co-authored in the approach, attempts and pitches for projects to come, reflections given to fade.
Walk-in-progress collects contributions by ææææ, Malte Bartsch, Rune Bosse, Merlin Carter, Leon Eixenberger, Eric Ellingsen, Tomas Espinosa, Markus Hoffmann, Jeremias Holliger, Elaine W. Ho, Rike Horb., Fabian Knecht, Felix Kiessling, Hans-Henning Korb, Norgard Kröger, Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga, Felix Meyer, Vinzenz Reinecke, Nina Schuiki, Yuichiro Tamura, Kat Valastur, Raul Walch, Joanna Warsza, Christina Werner, Euan Willams.
Choreographed by Christina Werner & Eric Ellingsen.
A project by Institut für Raumexperimente, Berlin
17.1.2014: walk and public encounter
10.2.-10.3.2014: exhibition period
at Vitamin Creative Space
Address: Room301, 29Hao, Heng Yi Jie, Chi Gang Xi Lu, Guangzhou, China
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.