FUSE Artist Residency
Jason Hendrik Hansma:
by Videotage Hong Kong and Jason Hendrik Hansma
Videotage Unit 13, Cattle Depot 63 Ma Tau Kok Road
Information: +852 2573 email@example.com
24 March - 26 April 2019
11:00 am to 7:00 pm
About the Exhibition
Videotage Hong Kong brings to the city a new video work by Dutch artist Jason Hendrik Hansma. This exhibition delves into the relationship between the moving image and Chinese ceramics. The film will be 15–20 minutes in duration and installed within the exhibition space of Videotage as an immersive single-channel video work.
About the Artist
Valkenswaard, The Netherlands, 1985
Jason Hendrik Hansma, born in 1988, Lahore, Pakistan, is an artist working in film, installation and photography. His works explore history, memory, nature, and liminality in order to engage new possible emergent phenomena. His works have been featured in exhibitions, performances, readings, or screenings at Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst, Parc Saint-LégerCentre d'art Contemporain, Rupert, Contemporary Art Centre Vilnius, Centre Georges Pompidou, Hordaland Kunstsenter, Centre International d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière, Center for Contemporary Art Futura, Jan van Eyck and De Appel, among others. Jason earned a Master of Fine Art at the Piet Zwart Institute, and was a participant at the Jan van Eyck. He lives and works in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
About Lucie Chang Fine Arts
Lucie Chang founded Lucie Chang Fine Arts in 2011. The Hong Kong based gallery has been encouraging social dialogues and diversity in the forms of contemporary art.
Working in concert with collectors from Hong Kong, Europe and Greater China, Lucie Chang Fine Arts has stable collector resources. The gallery has also enjoyed close relationships with major academic institutions and organisations. Among the community of academia, art galleries and curators, Lucie Chang Fine Arts has garnered a reputation of paying close attention to the continuous and high-quality presentation of art works as well as organizing important and strongly curated exhibitions.
Promoting art works carrying Chinese cultural implications in wide-ranging media has always been the gallery's long-term mission. However, the gallery has been redefining its role in the art scene of Asia and beyond, welcoming a variety of international talents into its programme.