Record Light: Kingsley Ng | The Project Space: Keira Brew Keruc And The Garden Space: Tom Borgas

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Record Light: Kingsley Ng | The Project Space: Keira Brew Keruc And The Garden Space: Tom Borgas
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Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA) says
Exhibition Opening: Friday 9th September, 6 – 8pm
To be launched by Joseph Mitchell, Director, OzAsia Festival 2016

Exhibition Dates: Saturday 10th September - Sunday 16th October.

RECORD LIGHT: KINGSLEY NG

For OzAsia Festival 2016, CACSA and the Adelaide Festival Centre present the work of Hong Kong artist Kingsley Ng for his first ever solo exhibition in Australia. Record Light features a selection of haunting installations and digital art works from Ng including his highly acclaimed multi-channel video installation Galaxy Express. Record Light is a tender and moving counterpoint to the bright lights and sensory bombardment of modern day Hong Kong.

Born and raised in Hong Kong, interdisciplinary artist Kingsley Ng creates conceptual, site-specific and community-orientated projects that draw from the evolution of the rhythms and ecology of the urban experience. Ng undertook postgraduate studies at Le Fresnoy – National Studio of Contemporary Arts in France and continued his studies with an MSc Sustainable Design degree from the University of Edinburgh in the UK and a BFA New Media Art degree from the Ryerson University in Canada.

THE PROJECT SPACE
OBJECT PERMANANCE: INVERSION | KIERA BREW KERUC

Object Permanence: Inversion explores the concept of the same name, the understanding that objects continue to exist even when they cannot be observed. Kiera Brew Keruc utilises live endurance performance, performance for video, photography and installation to map both physical, mental boundaries and the resulting space between.

THE GARDEN SPACE
POLES (ADELAIDE 2016) | TOM BORGAS

Tom Borgas’ art practice is concerned with drawing attention to the aesthetics and structural motifs of digital technology through representation as actual objects and events in real space/time. Poles (Adelaide 2016) continues his sculptural practice but extends to include performative and participatory elements as a means of engaging the audience.

Image: Kingsley Ng, Galaxy Express (still), 2013, 10 channel video installation, duration 7:20 mins. Image courtesy the artist and Osage Gallery, Hong Kong.
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By: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia (CACSA)

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