OBITION and Li Tang present: Analog to Digital, an online international group exhibition running from November 19, 2020 – January 31, 2021.
Since the life-altering invention of the camera, artists have been grappling with how to integrate “old” and “new” technologies into their studio practices. Over the last few decades, the Internet and digital image manipulation software have pervaded our daily lives, adding even more complexity to the ways contemporary art is made, interpreted, and shared globally. In presenting Analog to Digital, we seek to enter this conversation with new works from five artists who each combine hand- and computer-based influences to create unique visual solutions. Artists included are Thomas Valianatos (Greece), Citron (Italy), Claudia Ungersbäck (Austria), Heliodoro Santos Sánchez (Mexico), and Jen Yoon (Republic of Korea).
“We are delight to present the first group show of “obition”, Analog to Digital. The exhibition features a curated selection of innovative artists and works that highlight digital tool to broaden artistic perspectives during this historic era.
The central highlight of the exhibition is arguably one of the most important notions, “digital”, for contemporary artists. Many of the works in the exhibition have distinguished attributes based on use of digital tools. We are looking forward to welcoming you to the exhibition and sharing these exceptional pieces with you.”
– Ken Kim, Art Director, OBITION
“We are proud to announce the list of the selected artists that will take part in the international group exhibition Analog to Digital curated by OBITION and Li Tang. We received 218 artworks from all over the world and it was an incredibly difficult decision to narrow the list down to five artists. Thank you all for your participation and submissions.
Analog to Digital is the first collaboration international group exhibition by OBITION and Li Tang. We work together to share lights for artists and creatives. Please stay tuned for upcoming exhibitions and opportunities.”
– Webson Ji, Creative Director, Li Tang
Thomas Valianatos, Greece
Citron | Lunardi, Italy
Claudia Ungersbäck, Austria
Heliodoro Santos Sánchez, Mexico
Jen Yoon, Republic of Korea
Analog to Digital was curated by Webson Ji, Founder and Creative Director at Li Tang, and Ken Kim, Art Director at OBITION. We would like to extend a sincere thank you to all those who submitted works to our open call for this project. We received 218 artworks from all over the world and it was incredibly difficult decision to narrow the list down to five artists.
To accompany the exhibition, we are partnering with Global Alliance of Marketing & Management Associations and ACCESS to host an online symposium to discuss the concepts and work with the artists. The symposium will be held online via Zoom video chat on January 31st, 2020. To register, please email us at email@example.com; a link will be sent out with the time and access code for the meeting once registration email is received.
1) Host: Gloabl Alliance of Marketing & Managment Associations
2) Partners: ACCESS, Li Tang, OBITION
3) Date: 2021.1.31.
4) Presenters: 5 artists of “Analog to Digital”
5) The range of audience: For everyone
6) Registration fee: Free
To learn more about the artists and works included in Analog to Digital, visit www.obition.org/analog-to-digital.html.
About Li Tang:
Li Tang is a New York-based community dedicated to amplifying the creative voices of the contemporary Asian diaspora. Established in 2020, our aim is to feature the works and talents of today’s most innovative Asian practitioners working in the varied fields of art and culture. We are a team of professional artists, designers, and curators who work together to present the journeys of the creative we interviewed. Learn more at litang.zone.
OBITION is an online exhibition platform based in Republic of Korea that archives work from young emerging artists worldwide. OBITION is constantly working to expand the ways an online environment can house and present artwork, focusing on planning diverse group and solo exhibitions. Learn more at obition.org.