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Exhibition

#HASHTAG

Duration

November 25, 2017 – March 18, 2018


Curator

Lixing Ivy Feng, Ji Shi, You Wu

Location

Power Station of Art, Shanghai, China


Inspired by the extensively used symbol “#” in social media, #HASHTAG marks a physical location for digital social space and

transforms the exhibition into a real-time updating cloud stor-

age. By inviting artists, curators, and visitors to join a“live chat,” #HASHTAG tries to reconfigure the roles each party plays in an exhibition.

#HASHTAG takes place in two parallel dimensions –“#online”and

“#on-site”.“#online”invites both artists and visitors to contribute

to its archive by sending hashtags to specific artworks.“#on-site”, on the other hand, becomes a physical address linked to the cloud, and a tangible screen displaying all social interactions.

Photo (above): Sending hashtag to screen display Photo (below): Printing hashtag receipt Photo (right): Screen display


In the context of the digital turn, #HASHTAG tries to record the

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陈抱阳 李维伊 李维伊 陈抱阳 刘诗园 李维伊 李维伊 张微伟 刘诗园 李宛

《不可同步的撕裂》 《风景》 《图中物》 《不可同步的撕裂》 《仙境》 《风景》 《图中物》 《 》 《仙境》 《无人售货》

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Chen Baoyang Li Weiyi Li Weiyi Chen Baoyang Liu Shiyuan Li Weiyi Li WeiyiWeiwei Zhang Liu Shiyuan Li Wan

Unsynchronized Memoirs Landscape Objects in Image Unsynchronized Memoirs Wonderland Landscape Objects in Image Wonderland Unmanned Square

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冯菲菲(澳) 王韫琛 蔡承良 王韫琛 蔡承良 冯菲菲(澳) 雷荣华 蔡承良 蔡承良 #工作组 雷荣华 #工作组

《断层线》 《大乘佛教千手观音》 《双重风景》 《无意识的等级》 《驯熟》 《断层线》 《自由城的轮回岛》 《双重风景》 《驯熟》 框/椅子/架子 《自由城的轮回岛》 微缩模型

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Feng Feifei Wang Caison Cai Chengliang Wang Caison Cai Chengliang Feng Feifei Lei Ronghua Cai Chengliang Cai Chengliang #Office Lei Ronghua #Office

Faultline Mechanical Avalokiteshvara Twin Panoramas Unconscious Tameness Hierachy Faultline Island - Samsara Christiana Twin Panoramas Tameness Frame/Bench/Shelf Island - Samsara Miniature Model Christiana

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#工作组 #工作组 #工作组 #工作组 #工作组 #工作组 #工作组 #工作组

《目击记录 01-028254》 《 》 《算法景观》 《无人售货》 《屏中物》 《目击记录 《#十物件》01-028254》 《算法景观》 《屏中物》 《大乘佛教千手观音》 《#十物件》 《无意识的等级》

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Witness Recod 01-028254 The Landscape of Algorithm Unmanned Square Life of Screen Witness Recod 01-028254 #10 Objects The Landscape of Algorithm Life of Screen Mechanical Avalokiteshvara #10 Objects Hierachy Unconscious

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shift in which artists abandoned grandiose intentions for a more nuanced range of concerns. Familiar daily objects – faith, fortune, street, cityscape, Apple store, unmanned grocery, etc. – are de-fa-

miliarized through digital observation, articulation and re-creation, therefore are reinterpreted to a new status of unfamiliarity. As a

response to the emerging phenomena, #hashtag crowds these provocative artworks into one space, where reactions and feed-

backs from all participants are synchronously inspired, captured, and archived.

Thus, no more gallery space, only interface; no more canvas, only

resolution; no more visitors, only players; no more observation, only intervention; no more anticipation, only statistics; no more

comments, only hashtags. No more speculation on the digital, only digital documentation; no more virtual reality, only real virtuality.

Drawing (left): Gallery plan

Photos (right): Artwork collage


#HASHTAG is an open field in which visitors collectively decide how to categorize artworks and how to make meanings out of it. This framework acts as the metaphor of knowledge construction

in digital age: an open list, like a bookshelf, in which items can be

constantly added in, replaced, and moved around. Each artwork has no fixed position in place, and visitors are licensed to arrange

them through their own understanding, which would then produce a non-standardized viewing experience. As a result, the exhibition is generated through visitors’notion rather than curator’s intention.

However, this initial idea was not able to be fully realized due to pratical issues such safety, management, and of course conser-

vative critique. Our compromised actions include a performance

before the opening and a miniature model, both in which“visitors” retrieve artworks from the“bookshelf”and arrange them freely in

the“gallery space”,yet with which the former trapped in time and the latter out-of-scale.

Photos (left): Performance

Photo (right): Tablet in gallery displaying the performance


Video Link: https://vimeo.com/258726475


Photo: Miniature model with movable exhibit walls Video Link: https://vimeo.com/258922229


Photo: Installation of the“bookshelf”

Video Link: https://vimeo.com/258920865


Exhibition

Weird Romance

Year

2014

Site

St. Louis, Missouri, USA

Instructor

Kathryn Dean


Image: Typology study of traditional American barns


Images: Barns in the city


Site Plan


Ground Floor Plans


Photo (left): Wedding chapel

Image (right): Interior view of wedding chapel


Photo (left): Divorce court

Image (right): Wedding chapel, divorce court, and City Hall


Photo (left): Amphitheater

Image (right): Amphitheater and opera house


Photo (left): Food bank and shelter

Image (right): Food bank, shelter, and church


Photo (left): Gallery

Image (right): Interior view of gallery


Photo (left): Horse barn and carriage storage

Image (right): Horse barn and the Grand Station


Exhibition

Soda Housing

Year

2012

Site

St. Louis, Missouri, USA

Instructor

Forrest Fulton


Photo: Site Model

Material: Chipboard and soap


Section

Ground Floor Plan


Photo (left): Plaza view

Photo (right): Courtyard view


Photo: Scaled model for opening study


Photo (left): Scaled model for exterior material study Image (right): Rendering of exterior view


Photo (left): Scaled model with furniture Photos (right): Interior views


Essay

⌘C, ⌘V

Publication

Room One Thousand #5: Timeless (2017)

Co-authors

Ji Shi, Ivy Feng

Copy-paste, as the most widely used computer command, establishes a unique human-data interaction, unimaginable in a pre-dig-

ital era. It is an instant reproduction that takes no time. Rather, it is a timeless reproduction.

The logic of industrial design follows well this metaphor of co-

py-paste in which the ease of reproduction of the assembly line is as important as the novelty of the products. This industrial de-

sign logic has now infiltrated architecture. On the one hand, digital workflow, software, and open-source libraries have largely benefit-

ed the ease of architectural production. On the other hand, the logic

of industrial design is now being applied to the scale of a building, a logic which favors reproducible universal design over novelty or

context. This ongoing trend forms a seamless transition between building as a uniquely constructed space versus building as a man-

ufactured object. Apple stores, which are spread all over the world, perfectly exemplify this infiltration - buildings as reproducible spa-

tial objects which embody the identity of Apple Inc. “Apple” ( ) just as well as their products.


Artwork

Real Virtuality - City of Bilibili (VR Video)

Team

Xin Zhou, Yubei Song, Yiyang Wang,

Design

Lixing Ivy Feng, Evan Tsai

Link

http://www.sohu.com/a/219300968_718744

2017 Bi-City Biennale (Shenzhen)

我们最隐秘的思想和身体与一个无限大的网络之间,仅隔着一面

小小的屏幕。每一个人都在数字世界中寻找自己的坐标,将无数个瞬

间的“我”投射到这个庞大的公共空间中去——我们的一举一动都在这

Yuan Zhang, Shuang Liang, Yue Sun

The only thing between our most private body and thoughts and

an infinite worldwide web is a small computer screen. In that digital world, everyone of us is looking for a set of coordinates to project

里留下了痕迹。于是,公共空间的消亡和私密空间的消亡同时发生了:

“me”within millions of moments into the giant public space -

这种自我讽刺和自相矛盾的载体。巨大的屏幕,跳跃的原子、分子、颗

space occurs contemporaneously with the loss of private space. –

前者不再是集体出席的盛大场景,后者也不再是秘密【1】。 而城市成为了

粒映射于其上——这是我们今天唯一的建筑。再也不见真正的公共场 所,只有充溢着交换、流通、联结的巨型空间【2】。

也许正如狂欢节上飘扬的彩带和亮片只是为了制造出缤纷的场景,并 不需要具有什么实际的意义,哔哩哔哩所营造的狂欢之感,也许就是 由这两者共同构成的,即:

信息过多的无意义,和无信息的意义

every single movement of“me”leaves a trace. The loss of public the one is longer a spectacle, the other no longer a secret【1】. A city has become the metaphor of this self-criticality and self-contradic-

tion. It is our only architecture today: great screens on which are

reflected atoms, particles, molecules in motion. Not a public scene or true public space but gigantic spaces of ventilation, circulation, and ephemeral connections【2】.

Maybe just like the bright and colorful belts and shiny plates on a carnival as the catalyst of ecstasy, incapable of generating actual

meanings, the ecstasy in the world of Bilibili has a similar formula of this two ingredience:

The meaningless of excess information, and the meaning of non-information.

Image: screenshot of VR video

【1】 【2】Baudrillard, J. & Lotringer, S., 1988. The Ecstasy of Communication, pp.149-150.


Project

Highendcracy - Architecture as Plot

Site

London, UK + Minas Gerais, Brazil

Year

2016

Instructor

Andres Jaque


Project

Self-Notion

Award

Second Place, Shanghai International Competition

Design

Lixing Ivy Feng, Ji Shi

of Lighttowers, 2016


Project

Garden in the Mountain ¡ Lodge in Glades

Award

B&B Competition for the South of Wuxiang Mountain,

Design

Ivy Feng, Tongtong Gong, Qiming Wang

2017


Photo: Street Near Seoul University, Seoul, South Korea, 2016


Photo: Michael Wolf Studio, Hongkong, 2016


冯立星

Lixing Ivy Feng Tel: (+86)186-0160-1573

E-mail: ivy.flx.arch@gmail.com

EDUCATION

教育

• Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, USA

• 华盛顿大学圣路易斯

• Princeton University, Princeton, USA

• Chongqing University, Chongqing, China

• 普林斯顿大学 • 重庆大学

EXPERIENCE

经历

• Curator,Power Station of Art, Shanghai, 2017

• 策展人,青年策展人计划,上海当代艺术博物馆, 2017

• Junior architect,SOM New York, 2014 - 2015

• Research Assistant,Washington University in St. Louis, 2014 • Researcher,Metropolitan Builder, St. Louis, 2014 • Intern,Neri&Hu, Shanghai, China, 2016

• Intern,Atelier FCJZ, Beijing, China, 2012

• Intern,URBANUS, Shenzhen, China, 2010-2011

• 建筑师,SOM建筑事务所,纽约, 2015

• 研究助理,华盛顿大学圣路易斯, 2014 • 研究员,大都会建造事务所, 2014

• 实习生,如恩建筑事务所,上海, 2016 • 实习生,非常建筑事务所,北京, 2012

• 实习生,都市实践建筑事务所,深圳, 2010-2011


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