Souls which are one shall meet
Video projections by Peng Yun and José Drummond
Eröffnung: Samstag 13. Februar 2016, 20 Uhr
Souls which are one shall meet is a concurring concept with the concept of soulmate and with its origin in Plato’s “Symposium”. The idea of four arms, four legs and a single head made of two faces takes an interesting value when applied to the concept of two artists working together to the same object, the same goal.
Peng Yun, a multi-media artist, born in Sichuan Province, 1982, and started her art career in 2002. She got her bachelor’s degree in Oil Painting Department of Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts, then continued to study under Professor Zhang Peili in New Media Department in China Academy of Art and got her master’s degree. Now she lives in Macau, working on art creation and education.
José Drummond is a Portuguese artist and curator living in China. He is the director of VAFA, international video art festival in Macau. He holds an MFA (Master of Fine Arts) on Creative Practice from University of Plymouth (UK) and Transart Institute in New York. He also studied Painting, Drawing, Scenography and Arts Management. He’s the recipient of several awards and fellowships. He exhibited extensively in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, South Korea, Thailand, Portugal, France, Spain, Germany, Hungary and USA. He works mainly with Film/video, Photography, Performance and Installation.
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