TVE 2019 Online Exhibition

Fresh Milk is excited to launch the Transoceanic Visual Exchange 2019 Online Exhibition, which will be available for viewing between November 23rd – December 21st.

Exhibiting artists include:

Wang Chen (China/Australia) – My Little Brother and Secret
Chen Dandizi (China) – Deep Relax
Luk Gama (Guadeloupe) – Tan boudé chiré…
Versia Harris (Barbados) – For Peace
Zhiliang Jin (UK/China) – Shareable Horizons
Kadiejra O’Neal (Barbados) – Gestation Period
Adam Patterson (Barbados) – Buchibushi and Rammelaar
Richard Mark Rawlins (Trinidad & Tobago) SUGAR
Kia Redman (Barbados) – Roots | Routes and Surround Sounds
Sucheng (China) – 一千零一夜 (At This Moment)
Zhao Xu (China) – Stranded Dreams

_____________________

Have a Question about TVE?

If you have a question about the TVE programme, or want to engage directly with the Caribbean and Chinese artists about their work, the #askTVE form lets you submit your feedback and questions directly to our team, and we will share the artists’ responses with you in an open forum!

#ask TVE 2019 – Community Feedback

As part of Transoceanic Visual Exchange‘s (TVE) community led curatorial approach to the selection of works that will be screened as part of our 2019 programme, we invite input from those living in the Caribbean and its diaspora to share their thoughts on what is happening right now in the areas of video art and film in their region.

#askTVE lets you submit your feedback directly to our team, which will add to the discourse in our community roundtable sessions and be taken into consideration when forming the final shape of the programme.

Respond to the form here!

About TVE 2019:

The Fresh Milk Art Platform (Barbados), China Residencies (NY and China), The Barbados Museum and Historical Society, I: project space (Beijing) and Alice Yard (Trinidad & Tobago) are partnering to screen a survey of of recent film and video works – screenings, installations, new media and expanded cinema – by contemporary artists practicing in the Caribbean, China and their diasporas for the third edition of Transoceanic Visual Exchange (TVE), a series of programmes taking place this year between Barbados, China and Trinidad & Tobago.

TVE 2017 Online Exhibition

Fresh Milk is excited to launch the Transoceanic Visual Exchange 2017 Online Exhibition, which will be available for viewing between November 20th – December 20th.

If you have a question about the TVE programme, or want to engage directly with the Caribbean and Oceanic artists about their work, the #askTVE form lets you submit your feedback and questions directly to our team, and we will share the artists’ responses with you in an open forum!

#askTVE

Have a question about the TVE programme, or want to engage directly with the Caribbean and Oceanic artists about their work?

#askTVE lets you submit your feedback and questions directly to our team, and we will share the artists’ responses with you in an open forum!

Remember that the TVE Digital Exhibition featuring works by a number of this year’s participants is also available for your viewing & feedback from November 20th – December 20th, 2017.

Respond to the form here!