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…
“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…
Container Artist Residency ranks among some of the most unusual artist residencies.
“Container Artist Residency 01 is what happens when an artist-in-residence program partners with an international cargo ship company.”–Cat DiStasio in inhabitat
Daniel Scheffler in Wallpaper on Container Artist Residency 01
BBC’s Cultural Frontline with Tina Daheley and Maayan Strauss.
“One of the most unusual, and intrepid, artist residency programs will launch this spring: on board a series of commercial cargo ships.”–Gareth Harris in The Art Newspaper
Michael Epstein on Container Artist Residency 01
Antwaun Sargent covers the Container Artist Residents in Vice Magazine’s Creators Project
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
Mierle Laderman Ukeles has been the artist-in-residence for the NYC Department of Sanitation for the past 30+ years. During this time she has orchestrated a series of seven grand-scale collaborative performances that took place between 1983 and 2012 in New York, Pittsburgh, Givors, Rotterdam, and Tokamachi.
A new print and online publication that deals with the social and cultural impacts of behind-the-scenes labor in the art world.
Sea Worthy (2011) was an exhibition and series of public screenings, performances, lectures, workshops and artist-led excursions on the water organized by the Flux Factory, EFA Project Space, and The Gowanus Studio Space. The project invited discussion about water access and engaged maritime themes in contemporary art – in consultation with boat builders, world-class mariners, historians, writers, activists, and ecologists.