Chinese and British art to open Guangzhou K11

Updated 2018-11-06 16:07:01

Japanese artist Keiichi Tanaami's exhibition at Guangzhou K11 Art Mall earlier this year during its test run. [Photo/Courtesy ofGuangzhou K11 Art Mall]

Four Chinese and British artists – Tian Xiaolei, Tong Kunniao, Hu Weiyi and Peter William Holden – will present works that challenge people's sensory feelings and reflect on the connections between the human and the surrounding at Dionysian Super-X, an exhibition that will open Guangzhou K11 Art Mall in Guangdong's provincial capital on Nov 14. The exhibition will last until Feb 28, 2019.

Music, videos, theater play and computer programming will be blended into their works to jointly create an environment that blurs the boundary between the real and the unreal, reminding the audience of the illusory feelings when one is indulged in the excitement and anxieties of the virtual world.

Japanese artist Keiichi Tanaami attends his exhibition at Guangzhou K11 Art Mall earlier this year.[Photo/Courtesy ofGuangzhou K11 Art Mall]

Chen Wei's exhibition, WHERE ARE YOU GOING TONIGHT, at Guangzhou K11 Art Mall earlier this year during its test run.[Photo/Courtesy ofGuangzhou K11 Art Mall]

Chen Wei's exhibition, WHERE ARE YOU GOING TONIGHT, at Guangzhou K11 Art Mall earlier this year during its test run.[Photo/Courtesy ofGuangzhou K11 Art Mall]

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