Nicholas Mangan’s work Ancient Lights (2015) is included in D.E.E.P. (Disaster of Extra Epic Proportions), a moving image installation within The Mesh, an exhibition coproduced by chi K11 Art Museum and NOWNESS.
Ancient Lights explores the energy-giving properties of the sun. The artist shared with CoBo Social the stories behind this research.
NOWNESS Experiments: The Mesh
chi K11 Art Museum
8 November – 13 December, 2019
chi K11 Art Museum, in collaboration with NOWNESS will present a moving-image exhibition entitled “NOWNESS Experiments: The Mesh,” exploring a plethora of enmeshed conditions—media and nature, humans and other life-forms, systems and networks—that define our current epoch. “The Mesh” features a special presentation of The Night Journey (a collaboration between video art pioneer Bill Viola and the USC Game Innovation Lab) and two large-scale multimedia installations by London-based collective Marshmallow Laser Feast. These projects run alongside “D.E.E.P. (Disaster of Extra Epic Proportions),” a moving-image installation exhibition curated by Alvin Li. The exhibition will be accompanied by a program of public screenings featuring nominated films for the inaugural NOWNESS China New Talent Awards.