Posts Tagged ‘Asia Triennial Manchester 2011’

38° of Separation, Korea : Time and Generation

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

38° of Separation, Korea : Time and Generation

Title: 38° of Separation, Korea : Time and Generation
Location: MadLab (Downstairs)
Description: Madlab responds to Asia Triennial Manchester 2011 by addressing the cultures of the two Koreas, North and South.
Start Date: 2011-10-01
Start Time: 11:00
End Date: 2011-10-20
End Time: 17:00

MadLab‘s exhibition 38° of Separation: Korea, Time and Generation, presents cultural reflections and experiences of DPRK through the eyes of North Korean, South Korean and Western artists and illustrators presenting the practical and cultural aftermath of a divided nation, whose populations, separated since WWII, have spent their everyday lives in very different ways. (more…)

Travelbot Making

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

Travelbot

Title: Travelbot Making
Location: MadLab
Description: Create a drawing robot at Manchester Craft and Design Centre, MadLab and Chinese Arts Centre.
Start Time: 13:30
Date: 2011-10-01
End Time: 16:30
Book your ticket HERE

TRAVELBOT MAKING: create a drawing robot at Manchester Craft and Design Centre, MadLab and Chinese Arts Centre.

1. Enjoy drawing and collecting craft objects at Manchester Craft and Design Centre

2. Use your collected objects to construct a robot at MadLab

3. Have fun drawing, mark making and painting with your robot at Chinese Arts Centre

This event is part of Asia Triennial Manchester 2011. www.asiatriennialmanchester.com/whats-on

38° of Separation, Korea : Time and Generation

Friday, September 9th, 2011

Madlab responds to Asia Triennial Manchester 2011 by addressing the cultures of the two Koreas, North and South. Since Korea was formally divided in 1948 down the 38th parallel line, the Northern and Southern parts of the peninsula have followed very dissimilar temporal and spatial paths. The division of the nation has created subsequent generations of Koreans who are, in many ways, poles apart, both physically and ideologically. (more…)