Opening: 3-6 pm, Saturday, December 2, 2017
Period: 10:00 am – 7:00 pm, December 2, 2017 - March 5, 2018 (closed on Tuesdays)
Venue: FEI Gallery (G Floor, Estate Plaza, No.5, Nong Lin Xia Road, Guangzhou)
Metro: Exit C, Dongshankou Station, Line 1 or 6
About the exhibition
FEI Gallery is an art organization that has been established in the Zhusigang Neighborhood of Guangzhou for ten years. It has always bore in mind the idea of displaying arts beyond the White Cube. And contemporary artist Song Dong holds the belief that there is no border between art and life. In Song’s eyes, every one’s home can be regarded as a museum, and the neighborhood composed of millions of homes can be viewed as the Borderless Museum. Song decided to put the idea that has been haunting his mind for so many years – “redefining the wall” – into practice in FEI Gallery.
Therefore, FEI Gallery and Song Dong launched a special public art project this May, based on the shared belief. This December, as the first art piece of the project, the Borderless Wall will be completed. It is even more coincidental that the material language Song is going to use in “The Borderless Border” is recycled doors and windows. While what makes Fei a Fei (literally meaning “door”or “window” in Chinese), owes exactly to its name – it is the doors and windows that lead us to unlimited possibility for “limitless is borderless”. This special wall not only serves as the beginning of the art project, but also refines people’s common concept of wall.
About Song Dong
Beijing-based Song Dong has emerged from avant-garde performing arts community and developed significant contemporary art figure in the progression of Chinese art. Song graduated from the Fine Arts Department of University in Beijing in 1989. His work explores notions of impermanence and the transience of human endeavor.
Song has won many titles and awards, including the “Power 100 of Chinese Contemporary Art: Artist of the Year” and “The First Kiev International Biennale Award” in 2012; “San Francisco Certificate of Honor” in 2011; the Artron Art China (AAC) Awards as the Artist of the Year (Video and Installation) in 2010. He was also recognized in 2000 as the UNESCO/ASCHBERG Bursary Laureate.
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