By Adam White, CNN Hong Kong (CNN) The vast container ships that line the deep waters of Hong Kong share a ponderous beauty as they make their way across one of the world’s…
Is a shipping container a good metaphor for a white cube, or vice versa? A survey of the city’s current art scene, from new to old to reopened spaces BY PABLO LARIOS…
CREATIVE OPERATIONAL SOLUTIONS Para Site, Hong Kong Dec. 10, 2016 – Feb. 26, 2017 Opening Reception: 9 December, 2016, 7-9pm, Talk at 6:30pm A conversation between Prem Krishnamurthy, Cosmin Costinas, Maayan Strauss,…
“The opportunity to work within the global industrial supply chain provided us with the best studio we could imagine. We spent our days reading on the bridge, filming from the deck, and…
On June 29th Samson Young departed from Port Klang, Malaysia on a ten day journey on ZIM Qingdao. Traveling along the ZIM East Mediterranean / Black Sea Express Service line, he stopped…
Enter behind the curtain and we’re at sea, alongside 19 men and 4000 containers full of (electronic, car, animal) parts, heading to Nigeria. One contains frozen tilapia fish now crossing the sea…
Diebboll is going through the Panama Canal after 25 days at sea on the container ship ZIM Haifa. After leaving the ports of Shanghai & Pusan, she crossed Japan’s Tsugaru Strait out…
It took Diebboll 20 days to make it from Busan, South Korea to the Panama Canal. Now she’s headed into the Caribbean and then on to the east coast of the US.
Photos of horizons Diebboll has taken while at sea.
Erin Diebboll is crossing the Pacific on her way to the Panama Canal. Below are some photos she has taken at sea.
Creative Operational Solutions opens tonight Dec 9 @ParaSite_HK from 7–9pm with conversation at 6:30.… https://t.co/5wqtzn8vQdDec 9
See Samson Young's soundscapes in Creative Operational Solutions opening Dec 9 at @ParaSite_HK !… https://t.co/16amujJx4KDec 8
The first exhibition of CAR01 artists, "Creative Operational Solutions" opens tomorrow in Hong Kong!… https://t.co/La6sloA7RCDec 8
Boggsville Boatel (2011) was a floating hotel and performance space originally part of the Sea Worthy Exhibition curated by Flux Factory in Jamaica Bay Queens. The installation hosted more than 5000 people over three months and utilized 6 boats and a floating platform stage. The Boatel held nightly lectures, movie screenings, and storytelling by nautical enthusiasts, as well as a meeting with the city planners.
A pocket-sized, waterproof field guide to shipping containers and the corporations that own them.
Bachelor Machines Part 1 (2007), film exploring seafaring