OTHER VIDEOS

  • 2014 Groundhog Day Benefit Concert
  • About the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art
  • Aggie Zed: Keeper’s Keep
  • Ahead of the Wrecking Ball: A film on Ronald Ramsey
  • Art, Life & Politics: Shepard Fairey in Conversation with Mark Sloan
  • Awaken the Wall – Shepard Fairey Paints Murals in Charleston
  • Black Boiled Coffee & the Cacophony of Frogs – Evon Streetman
  • Bloodline
  • Bob Trotman: Business As Usual
  • Creature Comforts – Volker Seding
  • Diary of Dust: A Film on the Work of Jumaadi
  • Don ZanFagna: INFRA/ULTRA
  • Doug Beube: Re-Breaking the Codex
  • EMMETT STILL: A Short Film by Fahamu Pecou
  • Erwin Redl ART AS SYSTEM
  • Erwin Redl: Cubes (3×16)
  • ERWIN REDL: RATIONAL EXUBERANCE
  • Hunter’s Paradise Found – Kevin Kelly
  • I Can Heal
  • If Wishes Were Rivers – Jerome Meadows
  • Jiha Moon: Double Welcome, Most Everyone’s Mad Here
  • Joseph Burwell and Herb Parker
  • Jumaadi: forgive me not to miss you not
  • Labyrinth – Motoi Yamamoto
  • Leslie Wayne: Recent Work
  • Lonnie Holley at Eddie’s Attic
  • Memory Speaks – Tiebena Dagnogo
  • MiniMusuem – Richard McMahan
  • Moon v 11-11-11
  • Mr. Bonetangles performs at the Groundhog Day Benefit Concert
  • PAPER PLANE PEOPLE SHADOW TROUPE
  • Paper, Wood, Rope etc. – E.H. Sorrells-Adewale
  • Patricia Boinest Potter: Patterns of Place
  • Pentagram of Loss – Pinky/MM Bass & Renee’ Cheveallier
  • Pulse Dome Project Slide Montage
  • Return to the Sea: Saltworks by Motoi Yamamoto
  • Return to the Sea: Saltworks by Motoi Yamamoto (Dismantling Ceremony)
  • Return to the Sea: Saltworks by Motoi Yamamoto (Making of)
  • Set in Stone: Zen Garden Installation by Long-Bin Chen
  • Shadow Puppet Performance
  • Shepard Fairey by Brett Novak
  • Something to Take My Place: The Art of Lonnie Holley
  • State of the Arts
  • The Paternal Suit: Heirlooms from the F. Scott Hess Family Foundation
  • White Days Unswallowed – Bob Ray
  • Work V. Work N. – Aldwyth
  • Set in Stone: Zen Garden Installation by Long-Bin Chen

    Set in Stone:
    Zen Garden Installation by Long-Bin Chen

    Directed by Dave Brown
    Original Soundtrack: Nathan Koci
    Producer: Karen Ann Myers

    The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art commissioned Rebound artist, Long-Bin Chen, to create a site-specific sculptural work concurrent with the exhibition Rebound: Dissections and Excavations in Book Art. Chen created the work during a residency (May 1 – 23, 2013), using books from the Charleston community. College of Charleston students Tommy Fox and Jordan Fowler, and sculpture studio technician Michael Morrison were Chen’s studio assistants during the residency.

    Long-Bin Chen explores different cultural meanings, and seeks to combine ideas and concepts from the East with those of the West. He works with local printed material from the communities in which he is an artist-in-residence, including telephone books, magazines, and other cultural remnants of our information society. At first glance, the sculptures appear to be stonework, and most viewers are surprised to learn that Chen’s sculptures are soft and made from paper.

    LONG-BIN CHEN
    Born: Taipei, Taiwan. Lives/works: Bronx, New York

    Long-Bin Chen received a MFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York, and a BFA from Tung-Hai University, Taiwan. He was the recipient of a Joan Mitchell Foundation Award in 1996, and a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts in both 1997 and 1998. He has exhibited widely in the United States, Germany, Taiwan, China, and Hong Kong. Recent solo exhibitions include Continental Express, Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York; Burning Book, 798 Gallery, Beijing, China; icon & idea, Plum Blossom Gallery, Hong Kong; and Long-Bin Chen Book Art, Nou Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan. His most recent group exhibitions include Buddha Spur, Bochum Museum, Germany, and Do A Book, at White Space, Beijing. He is represented by Now Contemporary Art Gallery, Miami, and the Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York.

    This video accompanies the exhibition entitled, Rebound: Dissections and Excavations in Book Art.


    Community Partners 2017