WIDE/SIDE (João Martinho Moura) exhibition at Beijing, World Financial Center. China (2017)

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WIDE/SIDE (João Martinho Moura) exhibition in Beijing, China.

WIDE/SIDE is an interactive installation in which shapes, images, and sounds are joined and interdependent. A visually engaging block, captivating in its conception and minimalist lines, serves as a projection screen and teems with conglomerations of lines and shapes. As a result, the installation is always changing and acquiring countless different forms.
The individual forms of the projections, in reality, are based on the surrounding environment, responding to the movements and gestures of the viewers. Visitors and passersby, therefore, themselves become part of the work and define its appearance.

Portuguese artist and researcher João Martinho Moura focuses on digital art, intelligent interfaces, and computer aesthetics. For the past decade, he’s been adopting new ways to represent the body in digital media, creating interactive artifacts, mostly represented by monochromatic visual abstractions and minimalist lines. He has presented his work and research at a number of conferences and festivals focused on art and technology, such as the Ars Electronica festival in Linz, the TEI international conference in Funchal, Portugal and the Chemins Numériques Festival in the Saint-Exupéry Cultural Center in Remes, France.
In 2013, his work was awarded the national prize for multimedia by the Portuguese Multimedia Association. His work has been presented in a variety of places in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, México, Portugal, Spain, UK, USA and was included in the curated collections “Selected Works ARS ELECTRONICA Animation Festival (Linz, 2012)” and the “Processing curated collection (USA, 2008).”

Exhibition schedule:
19 – 26 May 2017
Exhibition location:
Beijing WFC – World Financial Center – Winter Garden
(between east and west tower)

About WFT Beijing

Positioned as Beijing’s premier business and financial hub, Beijing World Financial Center is a state- of- the- art office complex in the Chao Yang Central Business District. This mixed- use development consists of a pair of 22- story towers joined by a glass atrium, all set within an expanse of parkland. Designed as the first environmentally sustainable Grade A office building in Beijing, the project meets high standards for environmental sustainability.

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