Everyone is invited to the fourth installment of Project Glocal 2014 which features artist's talks by Urich Lau and Shih Tung Lo on Saturday, 12 July 2014 at 98B COLLABoratory.
Shih Tung Lo is a Taiwanese curator and artist whose works emphasize the temporality in the processes of creating and interacting with the community, networks or spectators. He is interested in exploring the fissures and piecing together the fragments--and even fictionalizing--forgotten history. His works are about seeking one's identity, residence, hometown and city within contemporary society--places which are inhabited by long forgotten and unseen ghosts.
Singaporean Urich Lau's interest lies in using technology with analogue and digital media to explore modes of presentations in moving and still images, space and time, perceptions and perspectives. His works concern issues in contemporary art, culture and heritage in today's contexts. The subject matters are presented through methods of interaction, intervention and influence between the artist, artwork and audience. He makes art to talk about art.
Talks will be held at 3PM, 98B COLLABoratory in the First United Building, 413 Escolta Street, Binondo, Manila. Admission is free.