Rokko Juhász is a well-known performance artist from Budapest, Hungary. Since 1988, he has acted as Director of Transart Communication, an international art festival. He has 30 years of experience in the performance art. Since 2009, he has set up workshops across the world (including Israel, Chili, Slovakia, and China).
Nanxi Liu, a famous Chinese performance artist. She has organized several art events in Hong Kong. She has also created performance art works in Hong Kong, Xiamen, Chendu, Shenzhen, Czech, and Slovakia. She currently resides in Beijing and engages herself in artistic creation and freelance writing.
Outdoor Lecture: Body Landscapes and Performance Art
Introduction: This lecture discusses philosophy, aesthetics and ideology related to body landscapes on the basis of observations and experiences gained in Czech, Hungary and China.
Time: October 24, Monday
Venue: Open Terrace, 4th Floor, Towers E and F, Shaw College (or F301 in the event of rain)
Admitted Audience: No limit
Tea and snacks are available during breaks.
Introduction: The workshop explores various means through utilization of body, space and time to display and express thoughts and ideas, including theoretical basis and basic exercises (photographs and videos), short pieces of individual works; assessment of collective works, and long term creation plans.
Time: 19:00-20:00, October 25-27, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Venue: 4th Floor, Library
Admitted Audience: 35 per day
Introduction: An exhibition of performance art works jointly created by artists and participants.
Time: 12:00-13:00, October 28, Friday
Venue: Open area across from the convenience store
* Students may also pay a visit to these artists from Monday to Friday (10:00-12:00, 14:00-17:00) in their studio on 4th floor of the library.