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    Oui Move In You: Chinese Language Tour with ah ah ah art!

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    Join us in the gallery with ah ah ah art! Chinese art club for insights into ACCA’s current exhibition Laure Prouvost: Oui Move In You in Mandarin Chinese.

    Read more about the exhibition here.

    About ah ah ah art!

    Established in 2023 by Caesar Li, Zhen Xiong, Evelyn Han and Yue Yang in collaboration with ACCA, ah ah ah art! is a social art club for Chinese speaking communities to engage with contemporary art and artists. The group aims to further build understanding, awareness and support for contemporary art in Chinese speaking communities.

    The name of the art club is derived from one of the most commonly used sounds in language, “ah”, which is often used to express exclamations, surprises, questions, and other moods. In the Chinese language, the four tones give the language different expressions and meanings, and the same expression exists in different cultures and languages.

    āh: Thinking, Hesitating

    áh: Questioning

    ǎh: Enlightening, “ah-ha” moment

    àh: Surprising, Exclamation

    The name āh áh ǎh àrt! reflects our love for art and the endless possibilities of artistic expression. We encourage everyone to give “ah ah ah art!” their own unique interpretation by varying the length, tone, and meaning of the phrase, allowing for diverse perspectives and ideas to be expressed.

    关于啊啊啊艺术!ah ah ah art!

    ah ah ah art! 是一个当代艺术社交俱乐部,由Caeser Li、Zhen Xiong、Evelyn Han和Yue Yang于2023年与ACCA(澳大利亚当代艺术中心)合作成立,旨促进华语社区建立与当代艺术及艺术家之间的互动。该艺术俱乐部致力于增进华语社区对当代艺术的认知,理解以及提供相应支持。






    “āh áh ǎh àrt!”这个名称体现了我们对艺术的热爱和艺术表达的无尽可能性。我们鼓励每个人通过改变短语的长度、音调和含义,赋予“āh áh ǎh àrt!”自己独特的解释,以表达多样的观点和思想。

    Image: Laure Prouvost, Gathering Ho Ma, The glaneuse 2023, installation view, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne. Courtesy the artist, and Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris and Brussels; carlier | gebauer, Berlin and Madrid; Lisson Gallery, London, New York and Shanghai. Photograph: Andrew Curtis

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