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798见鬼啦…… Sighting in 798! 

由艺术工作者们运作的空间“家作坊” 关门已近一年。此次参与「不在图像中行动」群展,是为了对其五年半的工作和玩乐经历进行一次回溯性寻析。自2008年 这个协作式项目成立,其自我组织与进程性的空间、参与者和活动,无不显示出多样性和互动性;而这些特性,既无法用某单一视角进行统辖,也 无可能完整复原其 具体情状。此次回顾因此是矛盾的、主观的、也是对话式的。

 也因此,「我的负能量是你的正能量,or,或者,The Grin Without The Cat」项目,毋宁说是在短暂回忆以及残留印记中进行的一次“采样”。它们来自日常生活、组织结构、诸多的可能性和死胡同、从未存在之物 事,也来自一些幽 灵。归档于此的这100多个物件便是此次采样成果。家作坊还特地制作了视频对话,印制了导览册,为您提供陪同与注解,以方便您在其间游 历;它们详载的历史 所能引发的叙事之旅,不一而足。回溯是生产;是一种出没于这一系列旧物件中的“精灵”;也是一种马后炮协作。  “玩儿”的时间不再有了!

Almost one year after artist-run space HomeShop closed its doors, its participation in the group exhibition Unlived by What is Seen is an attempt to retrospectively address five-and-a-half years of work and play. The multiplicity and dynamics that defined this collaborative project since its inception in 2008—including its spaces, people and activities, self-organized and processual—do not necessarily add up to a singular viewpoint, nor can they be easily mapped. Retrospection is paradoxical. Subjective. Dialogical.

「我的负能量是你的正能量,or,或者,The Grin Without The Cat」thus appears here as a sampling of ephemera and residuals—from daily life, from the structures of organization, from other possibilities and deadends, from things that never were, and, from a few ghosts. Specially prepared video dialogues and printed guides shall serve as your escorts and annotations to the more than 100 items included in this archive; the history they recount may lead you on any number of narrative journeys. Retrospection is production. A spirit attending a series of old objects. A kind of collaboration postmortem. There’s no more time to play!


「我的负能量是你的正能量,or,或者,The Grin Without The Cat」项目的构思者和实施者包括:小欧、Michael EDDY、何穎雅、Fotini LAZARIDOU-HATZIGOGA和曲一箴.

「我的负能量是你的正能量,or,或者,The Grin Without The Cat」has been conceived and carried out by Orianna CACCHIONE, Michael EDDY, Elaine W. HO, Fotini LAZARIDOU-HATZIGOGA and Twist QU.


“不在图像中行动 Unlived by What is Seen” 
Curators:
Sun Yuan & Peng Yu, Cui Cancan
策展人:孙原&彭禹 崔灿灿

展览时间:
2014年12月13日 – 2015年3月15日
Dates: December 13, 2014 — March 15, 2015
地点:常青画廊,佩斯北京,当代唐人艺术中心
Venues: Galleria Continua, Pace Beijing, Tang Contemporary Art
 

 

 “献宝兑宝”万岁!

欢迎大家12月8日星期天来家作坊参加“献宝兑宝”万岁!活动,这将是家作坊关门前第四期也是最后一期的“献宝兑宝”活动。从上午11点起,带上您的各种宝贝前来这个狂欢节并通过票券系统进行交换。

最珍贵的物品将在下午5点一场激烈的拍卖会上呈现,激动人心!

“献宝兑宝”万岁!更新

以书籍、衣服和CD换取的票券数量有一些新的限制,但同时可以通过新的途径在现场赚取票券!

参与工作站短期的勤奋劳动可以获得票券:

-讲述一个有关物品的故事

-帮助缝制家作坊的纪念棉被

-监督他人的工作

这些都能得到额外票券!

增值!

“糊了——二条艺术节”:一系列的公平贸易&艺术介入,包括行为、装置、声音等沸腾之作

基本规则与条件:
在12月8日11点到5点之间,请您把不需要的物品带到家作坊进行交换。“献宝兑宝”团队可以将进行评估并拒绝损坏的物品。另外,我们接受服务和技能上的交换,例如语言或烹饪课。所有物品都应遵守以先到先得的原则,挑选出来的宝贝将保留到当天下午5点拍卖。

*艺术品不由任何第三方公平贸易组织认证

如果你错过了……

 

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WaoBao! 4ever

Come one and all to HomeShop on Sunday, December 8th for WaoBao! 4ever the fourth and final WaoBao! event before HomeShop closes its doors FOREVER. Starting at 11 am WaoBao! will welcome exchanges of HOT items for tickets (to be used to exchange for other items) and commence a veritable carnival of activities. At 5 pm, an exhilarating auction will wrap up with the finest goods of the day!

NEW at WaoBao! 4ever:

There are new limits on the number of tickets given for books, clothing and CDs.

But there is a new way to earn tickets on site!

New work stations where participants can acquire tickets through short bursts of HARD WORK.

- Tell a story about your objects!

- Work on the HomeShop memorial quilt!

- Oversee the work of others!

All of these will get you EXTRA tickets!

Bonus!
Now with FREE “2 Tiao Art Festival”: A series of interventions by live artists making fair trade* performances, actions and art masterpieces! Value added!

basic rules and conditions:
To take part, all you need to do is bring all your unwanted goods to HomeShop on December 8th from 11 to 5pm and swap! Do keep in mind, the WaoBao! team can appraise or reject broken or damaged goods at their discretion. We are also open for participants to swap services and skills, such as language and cooking classes.  All items go on a first come, first served basis, and selected priority items will be set aside to be auctioned off at 5pm on the day.

IF YOU MISS THIS ONE…

*these artworks are not certified by any third party fair trade organization


“无形” non-visible videostills

non-visible
a project by Asako Iwama and Derrick Wang
June 21-23
家作坊 HomeShop

The “non-visible” project has evolved from a series of video interviews with various practitioners in Europe and China with experiences or familiarity working with non-visible energy, or ‘qi’. Interviewees have included dancers, cognitive scientists, Feng Shui and I Ching masters, psychics, traditional medicine doctors and physicists. 

How can the non-visible be made visible and/or comprehensible? We would suggest that we are constantly swinging between the two poles of subjective and objective reality. Through the process of our interviews, we have attempted to find points of connection between the various practices we have encountered, while acknowledging our own groundlessness in terms of having to constantly transform our perceptions and expectations of the people we have met. 

In a film installation and series of events organized during the June solstice and under the full moon (June 21-23), we hope that some of the hidden layers contained in our interactions and recordings will become visible to or felt by those who participate, and that a new understanding of the non-visible may emerge.

Friday June 21
18:00-20:00 reading and discussion with the Happy Friends Reading Group (download reading material)
20:00-22:00 film installation

Saturday June 22
18:00-20:00 book reading and discussion with Du Shun Gie Laoshi (Feng Shui master), Zhang Li Rem Laoshi (Yijing master), Eva Bergwall (eurythmy teacher and healer), Hartmut Walter (acoustic and vibration engineer), Zhu Feng (Qi Gong master) and other guests
20:00-22:00 film installation

Sunday June 23
19:00 dinner prepared by Emi Uemura and Asako Iwama and open discussion (organic & vegetarian dinner, cost 88RMB, reservation required; please email lianxi@homeshop.org.cn)
20:00-22:00 film installation

Asako Iwama (born in Tokyo, Japan) is an artist and cook, who lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Asako Iwama’s practice has developed around the idea of the ontology of eating. Referring to the social aspects of eating as a metaphor of our relation to nature, Iwama seeks to transform the perception of nourishment, both aesthetically and epistemologically within her practice and work.

Derrick Wang (born in Montreal, Canada) is a second generation Chinese from Canada who has a background in architecture, and is currently working as a filmmaker in Beijing, China.

in collaboration with HomeShop / Emi Uemura, Michael Eddy, Qu Yizhen, Tan Zhengjie, Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga

 

“无形”
项目发起人:岩間朝子,Derrick Wang
6月21-23日
家作坊 HomeShop

“无形(non-visible)”项目采访了许多生活在欧洲和中国的人,这些人或拥有运用无形能量(或“气”)的能力,或拥有这样的体验,他们的职业各式各样,其中包括舞者、认知科学家、风水先生、易经大师、通灵者、中医师和物理学家等等。

如何让无形的、不可见的能量可见或被理解?我们不断地在主观和客观现实的两极之间摇摆。在采访的过程中,我们试图找到这其中的共通点,然而,遇到的人不断地改变我们的看法和对他们的期望,我们也不得不承认自己的局限性。

在夏至和月满之际,我们将在6月21-23日这三日间,运用影像装置等一些列活动呈现该项目,希望我们的互动和记录中所包含的内容能让参与的人“看见”这些能量,并对其有新的认识。

周五6月21日
18:00-20:00 乐友读书会及讨论(阅读内容在此下载
20:00-22:00 影像装置 

周六6月22日
18:00-20:00 读书会及与风水大师杜顺杰、易经大师张力壬、音语舞老师治疗师Eva Bergwall、声学和振动的物理工程师Hartmut Walter、气功大师朱峰等特邀嘉宾进行讨论
20:00-22:00 影像装置

周日6月23日
19:00 晚餐及公开讨论(有机素食,88元/人,由植村絵美和岩間朝子掌厨,请邮件预定:lianxi@homeshop.org.cn
20:00-22:00 影像装置

岩間朝子(出生于日本东京),艺术家及厨师,生活和工作在德国柏林。岩間的实践和研究主要围绕于“吃”的本体论。鉴于“吃”作为某种社会文化现象所隐喻的人类与自然关系, 岩間旨在于美学和认识论上转换人对饮食的认知。

Derrick Wang(出生于加拿大蒙特利尔),加拿大华人第二代,拥有建筑学背景,目前作为导演在北京工作。

合作者:家作坊/ 植村絵美, Michael Eddy, 曲一箴, 谭争劼, Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga

 

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Supported by ifa – Institut für Auslandbeziehungen e.V.
“无形”特由ifa支持。


A Constructed World, Hospitality, 2001 (presented by Anna Hess, 2011)

For the following meeting of Happy Friends we will meet on Sunday June 9th at 5 pm to discuss texts from “Speech Object” (2011) by Australian artist group A Constructed World (Geoff Lowe and Jacqueline Riva). They will be present via Skype thanks to Guo Hao. When the question came out: what is this about? the following gentle suggestion was made by Geoff:

Re: speech object- how to consume?
Hey Hao

well I think maybe the best way is to read these 2 short texts
…try this at home p27
speech objects p73
both are very short
-or a bit longer
a new role or repertoire… p32

the idea is to begin to track how the audience may be involved in a work even before it is made

to think away  from creation and expression ( where an art work appears from nothing)
to translation and diffusion

so with the audience rather than thinking they don’t-know ( stupid public who have to be educated)
begin to think about how any work of art may have origins in its audience.

its a prompt its not a manual
the book rose out of an exhibition in 4 parts that attempted to chart how a work and its reception could move around in space and time

hope this helps a bit!
XXGeoff

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《高山流水》赵天汲

High Mountain, Flowing Water by ZHAO Tianji

(声音装置 / sound installation)

HomeShop recently participated in the exhibition Green Box - Remapping — The Space of Media Reality (organized by School of Intermedia Art of China Art Academy at Media City Research Center 11–29 January, 2013) with a just-in-time newspaper about the other works in the show, silkscreen-printed on-site in the exhibition space.

近期,家作坊参与了展览《绿盒子-重绘形貌-媒体现实的空间》(由中国美术学院媒体城市研究中心举办,于2013年1月11-29日展出),作品为一份关于本次展览中其他作品的即时报纸,在展览现场进行丝网印刷。

两年以来,家作坊通过报纸的形式对公共性与本地性的“内”与“外”进行持续研究,包括《黄边日报》与《北二条小报》。我们意在通过时效性媒介来发表一个具有复调空间的宣言。从时间与空间上来说,报纸的截稿时间给内容强加了一种特定的紧迫感。 

作为这些表演性新闻报道的延续,《绿盒子阜利通》将现身《绿盒子:重绘形貌-媒体现实的空间》群展,并展开探索。家作坊小分队会对其他参展者进行纪录、注解、批评,搜集大量数据、真相抑或流言,以及深入幕后的主观诠释,这些将以红墨印制,在开幕时供人取阅。在个别情况下,参展者可选择自我批判,而不是让作品任由《绿盒子阜利通》支配。最后,我们的社论不仅是指向自我的检视,渗入自身实践的诸多边界,而且是向普遍意义上的展览批评提出质询。

For the past two years, HomeShop has been investigating the ins and outs of publicness and locality through the form of newspapers, including The YellowSide Daily and Beiertiao Leaks. The intention has been to form a multi-vocal space of statement through a medium of urgency. The newspapers’ deadline forces a certain immediacy of content, in both time and place.

Greenbox Leaks is a followup on these exercises in the performance of journalism, turned toward the exploration of the context of the group exhibition in which it will appear. A team dispatched from HomeShop will document, annotate and critique the contributions by all other participants in the show, gathering meta-data, truth & rumour, and subjective interpretation into a special behind-the-scenes critical feuilleton to be printed in red ink and available for the opening. In some cases, the other participants will be offered the choice to self-critique instead of having their work subjected to the treatment of Greenbox Leaks team. Finally, our editorial comprises a self-criticism that not only infiltrates the boundaries inherent to our own undertaking, but also problematizes all future criticisms around the exhibition as a whole.

Printing past the deadline at the opening. 开幕之后的现场印刷


Fellow artist in Green Box, Liu Guoqiang, takes his criticism with admirable humour. 另一位参展艺术家刘国强带着崇拜式的幽默阅读关于他的作品的批评



The presentation also included previous editions of Beiertiao Leaks, YellowSide Daily, and 《穿》Wear journals (now available in Hangzhou while supplies last!). 展览的作品也包括前期的《北二条小报》《黄边日报》《穿》

Counting the hot cakes profits (1 yuan x 66 copies sold = 66 yuan!) 清点我们的收获!(1元*66份=66元!)

     

Read Greenbox Leaks here
在此阅读《绿盒子阜利通》

See more here: 更多信息 http://weibo.com/u/3205118847?topnav=1&wvr=5&topsug=1

by Orianna Cacchione

第六届茶壶展览 * Teapot exhibition 6 | Pilar ESCUDER

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由Pilar Escuder和Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga表演的茶道仪式
A tea ceremony with Pilar ESCUDER and Fotini LAZARIDOU-HATZIGOGA

2011年6月5日(周日)至6月12日(周日)

Sunday, 5 June 2011 – Sunday, 12 June 2011


“此地无声”计划启动日
6月5日(周日),下午14点
声音地图免费领取日@家作坊
当日提供导游数名
地点:东城区交道口北二条8号

OPENING: Sunday, June 5th, from 14.00
featuring free distribution of project sound map and guides at HomeShop, guided tour of project sites and hidden ephemera
location:Dongcheng District, Jiaodaokou Beiertiao 8

参加艺术家 Participating Artists:打油 Gerard ALTAIÓ(西班牙 ES)、Niko de LAFAYE(法 FR)、Michael EDDY(加拿大 CA)、Alfred HARTH(德 DE)、何意达 HE Yida(中国 CN)、何颖雅 Elaine W. HO(香港/美国 HK/USA)、冯昊 FENG Hao(中国 CN)、奥拉夫·郝赫尔茨 Olaf HOCHHERZ(德 DE)、Elke MARHÖFER(德 DE)、梅志勇 MEI Zhiyong(中国 CN)、盛洁 Gogo J(中国 CN)、苏文祥 SU Wenxiang(中国 CN)、陶轶 TAO Yi(中国 CN)、徐坦 XU Tan(中国 CN)、徐喆 XU Zhe(中国 CN)、颜骏 YAN Jun(中国 CN)、殷漪 YIN Yi(中国 CN)、照骏园 CIAO Jun-y(中国 CN)、组织 ZUZHI(中国 CN)

《此地无声》是一个将要发在北京东城区的艺术活动。所有参与的艺术家,声音艺术家及声音工作者们将以“声音”作为主题并且运用“声音”作为材料完成各自的 作品。作品呈现的方式将为装置、行为与音乐表演等等。作品放置的地点是剧场、艺术空间以及一些公共空间,活动持续时间为一周。在此期间还会发生一些相关讲 座与工作坊等项目。活动组织方会制作一份地图,上面会标示出所有艺术作品放置的地点。这些作品的分布将以国子监为中心,步行20分钟即可到达的范围内。

这个艺术项目希望通过建立一种与公共交流的方式,使艺术家们关注艺术作品与公共空间之间的关系。通过“声音”,这个被我们日常所忽视的感知方式,找到隐藏在人们感知深处的听觉及意识的共鸣;同时也希望通过这种互动参与的方式、通过寻找与发现,让人们关心生活的周遭。

The Sound of Nowhere is an art project to be embedded deep in the recesses of Dongcheng District, scattered in the vicinities of Andingmen and Gulou. This is an experiment with sound and geography, whereby artists and ‘sound laborers’ will for the duration of one week present workshops, lectures, installations and performances for various locations on the map—from art spaces, a theatre, restaurants to a hair salon. The projects will be traceable from a printed map that guides participants for short walks within a 20 minute radius to find and experience these works as interventions and exchanges with the surrounding public space. By working from a conceptual recognition of sound, we seek to locate and initiate certain resonances between this often overlooked sense and its relation to the noise of our daily urban environs.

6月5日至6月12日
具体活动与时间安排
请持续关注:www.soundofnowhere.info

5-12 June 2011
A full programme of all activities will be posted as it is available. Please stay tuned at www.soundofnowhere.info for further information.

一个茶壶,因为过时而被丢弃。

一个艺术家把它捡来,不小心又把盖儿上的把手摔掉了。于是他用一个废旧的锥子把按在盖儿上做把手,之后又不断在锥子把上放上他的新展品…
这次他从一个人正在读的一本书中剪下来最重要的部分,这部分来自读者认为最重要的几页书,剪下来的部分呈自然的树叶形,很好看…,
这部分读者还没看,等他读到这部分的时候,他会到那个被丢弃的茶壶上的那个被丢弃的锥子把上去找那新长出来的几片新树叶…
孔子云:“何陋之有?”

A teapot was abandoned for being out of fashion. An artist adopted it but broke the knob on its lid. He replaced it with the handle of a disused awl, which formed a stage of continuous, temporary displays…
In this 5th edition, a reader was invited to select a book he had just started. The reader found a section he hadn’t read, but that he believed to be important, and cut it out to display on the teapot.

Upon seeing the result, the reader said: “They look like leaves in nature, very nice…”

When he reaches this section, the reader will find the newly grown leaves on the top of a disused awl handle on the top of the abandoned teapot.

Confucius once said: “How could we call a room humble as long as there is a virtuous and wise man in it?”

- Michael EDDY and 曲一箴 QU Yizhen.