Condensation: A Stage with Quiet Applause kicked off a series of Cinevolution’s site-specific multimedia fests at various locations in Richmond in 2016. Threaded by a coherent theme, Water, these artistically innovative and socially relevant media art works generated curiosity, expanded perspectives and enriched the collective discourse about the world we are living in today.
This was the first event in the YK Pop-Up Fest series, as part of Asian Heritage Month. Held at Landsdowne Mall food court, the essence of the exhibition was inspired by the effects of condensation, the silent transition of water moisture from one shape into another over time.
Condensation: A Stage with Quiet Applause embraces the non-institutional art space, interacting with the commonplace that is the Landsdowne Mall food court plaza. The essence of this exhibition is inspired by the effects of condensation, the silent transition of water moisture from one shape into another over time. A reimagining of the water cycle provides a contextual basis for these contemporary artworks. This non-institutional space induces the physical and temporal sensibilities of how art can be fluid yet transcended based on its surrounding environment. The exhibition aims to celebrate a diverse range of interactions, coming together within the context of the unassuming plaza space.
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