Entries tagged with ‘A Beautiful Disorder’

Standing at over six-metres tall, Identity is a spectacular, monumental work commissioned for exhibition A Beautiful Disorder in 2016. Its colourful and convoluted folds of layered brass, metal, wood …

Pigeon’s House is a work that superimposes the ‘beautiful disorder’ of the contemporary Chinese urban environment onto the pastoral landscape of Cass Sculpture Foundation. The 4.5 metre tall sculpture…

Zhao Yao’s colourful installation marks the first instance in which this accomplished young artist has been able to translate his longstanding investigation into the complex histories of abstract and …

Breath is a new site-specific installation for Cass Sculpture Foundation. Bi Rongrong has punctured the earth’s surface using abstract, geometric shapes commonly found in her paintings and drawings. B…

2016

Molar

This work is a new site-specific installation for the Main Gallery of Cass Sculpture Foundation that merges mythological, spiritual and humanistic notions of paradise. Jennifer Wen Ma sought to bring …

For this exhibition, Lu Pingyuan has created a ghost story that occurs at Cass Sculpture Foundation. In this story the protagonist, a young man called Raymond, finds himself lost in the grounds where …

Fountain X appears as an unspectacular bucket, one that is commonly found on building sites or in gardening sheds throughout England. At regular intervals throughout the day, a short, but dramatic bur…

Song Ta’s humorous installation centres on a political figure that has become synonymous with China itself, both nationally as well as internationally. The work consists of a grey, large-scale bust of…

Bu Num Civilisation Wheel appropriates aesthetic representations of an archaeological dig. Whilst at Cass Sculpture Foundation, Tu developed five excavation sites, each about five square meters in siz…

2016

Fruit

Wang Sishun has planted a local fruit tree at Cass Sculpture Foundation, and will cast the fruits into bronze each subsequent year. There will be an annual harvest of the fruit, resulting in a bronze …

This new work for Cass Sculpture Foundation, borrows its form from the curved, mosaic walls found in the animal enclosures of the Beijing Zoo. Wang Wei developed an interest in the architecture of the…

2016

Pause

Zhang Ruyi’s works are probably the smallest sculptures that Cass Sculpture Foundation has ever commissioned. Zhang’s greatest challenge at CASS was to create work in the landscape. She decided to inv…

Socialism is Good is a site-specific work. Following research related to the vegetation at Cass Sculpture Foundation, Zheng Bo chose to use red, yellow and green plants to form a popular political slo…

A Beautiful Disorder curators Claire Shea, Ella Liao and Wenny Teo interview the youngest of the exhibitions artists - the sardonically hilarious Song Ta…