ACIAC Artist Workshop "Re-presenting Representation: What a Change of Media Can Do"

Photos provided by Rose Wong.

DETAILS

Date Tuesday 19 March, 2019

Time 2.00 - 3.00 pm

Venue EA.G.03, Australia-China Institute for Arts and Culture, Western Sydney University Parramatta South campus

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It is commonly believed that meaning is formed before the signifying media are chosen, and that meaning can be represented by different media. However, while the same subject could be represented through various media (sculpture, installation, painting, and animations), the use of different media often helps to generate new meaning. Media is meaning. When the same subject is represented by a new media, new layers of meaning will emerge. The change of media creates changed new meanings. For this reason, re-presenting the representation of meaning in a new media leads to the rise of new meanings. In this workshop, the artist Ms Rose Wong who is currently doing International Residency in TWT Creative Precinct in St Leonards (NSW), will share her works and artistic practices and illustrate how a change of media has facilitated her creativity.

Artist Biography

Rose Wong is a practising visual artist, art educator, and former programme Director of Education in Ullen Center of Contemporary Art. She had a Bachelor of Arts (Hon) degree in Comparative Literature and Fine Art from University of Hong Kong and an MA of Artist Teaching and Contemporary Art Practice in Goldsmiths College, University of London. She was born and grow up in Hong Kong. Her works have been widely exhibited all over the world, supported by organisations and funds such as Geoff Raby collections, TWT Creative Precinct, Shanghai Museum of Modern Art, etc. She is currently based in Beijing.