Two large-scale projections span the corner of the room in a fast-paced sequencing of geometric shapes and synthesised sounds. Influenced by Sol Lewitt’s wall drawings and ‘Open Cube’ series, the artists use the visual possibilities afforded by mathematics to reconfigure and animate the planes of the gallery space. Sound and image come together in a mesmerising homage to the cube and the endless potential permutations of cubic geometries.
Liu Chang (b. 1987, Beijing, China) holds an MFA from the Pratt Institute, New York and is studying Interactive Telecommunications at Tisch School of the Arts, New York University. She currently has a solo show, Wild Growth, at LMNL Gallery, Philadelphia, USA. Her work has been exhibited at museums including the National Museum of China, Beijing; Power Station of Art, Shanghai; and Columbia University, New York.
Miao Jing (b. 1985, Chongqing, China) lives and works in New York and Beijing. Solo exhibitions include Secret Garden at Zai Gallery, Shenzhen, China (2011). Group exhibitions include STRP Festival, Eindhoven, Netherlands (2015); Double Vision, He Xianh Ning Museum, Shenzhen; Somewhere Else, Dekalb Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York (both 2014); and NightTime-Dreamreal, Power Station of Art, Shanghai (2013).
Gan Jian (b. 1986, Liuzhou, Guangxi Province) lives and works in Beijing. Gan's practice ranges from music, sound, realtime visual art, and installation.