Macalline Art Center × Gallery Weekend Beijing: Sundowner Screening

2021.04.23 Friday

Location

Beijing 798 Art Zone No.7 Parking Lot

Date: 2021.04.23–04.25,04.27–05.02

Duration: around 30 minutes

Language: Chinese

Sundowner’s syndrome is experienced when someone becomes agitated, confused, and more active as day turns to night.


As part of a special public program supported by Macalline Art Center and Gallery Weekend Beijing, we have invited Rania Ho to build a place where sundowners can stop, chat, and enjoy a snack as the suns sets. Amongst these spring hills, enjoy videos commissioned by the Center’s Bare Screen committee on an outdoor screen. This offline screening will showcase new works from Chen Zhou, Tao Hui, Tianzhuo Chen, Qinmin Liu, Zheng Ke and Tan Jing, and Tang Chao. Rania Ho’s interactive installation 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover will add novelty to the parking lot space.

 

Schedule

 

04.23 17:00-17:30

Chen Zhou, How Can I be Plural

Tao Hui, Similar Disguise, five episodes

Zheng Ke and Tan Jing, so hum

Qinmin Liu, Angelhaha No Limit

 

04.24 17:30-18:00

Tianzhuo Chen, The Dust, single-channel version

Tang Chao, Black Pearl

Qinmin Liu, Angelhaha No Limit

 

04.25 17:30-18:00

Tao Hui, Similar Disguise, five episodes

Tianzhuo Chen, The Dust, single-channel version

Zheng Ke and Tan Jing, so hum

 

04.27 17:30-18:00

Chen Zhou, How Can I be Plural

Tao Hui, Similar Disguise, five episodes

Zheng Ke and Tan Jing, so hum

Qinmin Liu, Angelhaha No Limit

 

04.28 17:30-18:00

Tianzhuo Chen, The Dust, single-channel version

Tang Chao, Black Pearl

Qinmin Liu, Angelhaha No Limit

 

04.29 17:30-18:00

Tao Hui, Similar Disguise, five episodes

Tianzhuo Chen, The Dust, single-channel version

Zheng Ke and Tan Jing, so hum

 

04.30 17:30-18:00

Tao Hui, Similar Disguise, five episodes

 

05.01 17:30-18:00

Zheng Ke and Tan Jing, so hum

 

05.02 17:30-18:00

Qinmin Liu, Angelhaha No Limit

 

Sundowner Screening

Macalline Art Center is a practice-oriented site focused on contemporary visual inventions. The Center engages with artists and art groups by building physical and online communities through events and research. The Center is guided by the working processes of artists, constantly re-defining and testing itself and renewing perceptual and cognitive systems in contemporary situations and contexts.