Curator’s Voice Art Projects will present time a series of eight international video performances Chinese-American curator, Inez Suen, director of the International Chinese Fine Arts Council.
time is the first of a series of curated video exhibitions. These videos are a collection of works presented in a single-channel video screening environment.
Projected at the main outdoor wall, facing the north facade of Curator’s Voice Art Project in Wynwood, the 30-minute presentation will include the works of Brooklyn-based Arleen Delima, New York City-based Tad Beck, Rick Herron and Edin VÃ©lez along with Berlin-based Martin Kohout, Shanghai-based artist Nina Chen, Taiwan artist Yen-Hua Lee and Miami-based artist, Sleeper.
“When asked to curate a video presentation, I immediately started thinking about time, the length of the show, time at which the show will start, the length of each video and timing of the editing,” said Inez Suen, Director of ICFAC and art consultant.
“I was inspired by Taiwan artist, Yen-Hua Lee, who showed me a piece entitled, ” Passage of Time,” which I decided to base the concept of this Art Basel screening all about ‘time’ drawing attention to how the artists utilize it along with their audio/visual decisions to come with a finished product,” added Suen.
Every video shows that the time factor is the main element of video that differentiate this medium from other forms of media art.
Born and raised into a family of art enthusiasts, Inez Suen has an eye for the obvious, the outrageous and the overlooked when it comes to discovering and promoting fine art. Moving to Miami after 10 years in the NYC art world, Suen now oversees and serves as director of the International Chinese Fine Arts Council (ICFAC). A native of Chicago by way of Taipei. She first learned about art from her grandfather, a Chinese painter and calligrapher. Suen holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Illinois and attend the Masters Programs in the History of Design at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Parsons School of Design in New York. She is fluent in Mandarin Chinese. www.inezsuen.com
Curator’s Voice Art Projects (CVAP) is located at the center of the Wynwood Art District in Miami, Florida, USA, where all the leading contemporary art galleries present the most avant-garde shows in South Florida. CURATOR’S VOICE ART PROJECTS focuses on curatorial projects in Cutting Edge and Contemporary Art. CVAP is lead by Miami-based curator Dr. Milagros Bello, director and chief curator of this space. Dr. Bello obtained a Doctorate in Sociology of Art, and a French Master degree in Art History, both at Sorbonne University. She teaches art at South Florida Universities. She writes about art on different media. She has worked as an independent curator in the arts for over 20 years.
Eclectic Network is a new-media company initially registered in the State of Florida in 2007 by Internationalist & Journalist, Jesus M. Rojas Torres, MS’05 with a vision to produce and document artistic events that were taking place in the nascent Wynwood Arts District.
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