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"The world, on both the micro and macro level, is constantly moving within a framework of units this irrepressible flux of time is the nexus of human experience and perception. Investigating the quantification of this motion... I alter the ‘natural’ rhythm of life to create a resonating interval." — Steve Cossman
We invite you to the second viewing of our inaugural series "offscreen", presenting four works by Seoul-based artist Jeamin Cha, selected by Yu-Chieh Li:
Join us for the most comprehensive screening of Ishu Han’s work in the United States, who recently completed a residency with Asian Cultural Council. His video work comprises brief gestures that meditate on nationalism, ecology and privacy. The artist Hiroshi Sunairi will introduce his work and moderate a discussion. This is the first of many screenings, panels and exhibi- tions that SCREEN will be programming at 456 Gallery.
My Lustrous Life by Alan Chow
This week we are going to see two short films.
Artist Talk ::: Ming Jer Kuo
SUNG-CHIH CHEN presents at
On Sunday, April 19, 2015, 2 p.m. This Kunqu Society performance introduces four signature plays of Kunqu Master Jiqing Zhang to American audiences: “A Maddening Dream,” an episode from “Ballad of The Rotten-Ax Mountain”, “A Stroll in the Garden,” “An Interrupted Dream,” and “Dreamland Revisited,” three episodes from “The Peony Pavilion” (by Xianzu Tang in 1598 A.D.)
Sunday, April 5 at 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Field Trip - Surviving Juno, Month 2: International Bad Drawing Competition & Wei's Studio Warming