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Featuring: Ju Anqi, Tian Xiaolei; moderated by Ellen Larson

Location: The Bookworm

Event Code: BW26A


Ellen Larson, editor of opengroundblog.com, will lead a discussion with emerging Beijing-based artists. Together they will discuss current happenings within Beijing’s vibrant, diverse, and rapidly evolving contemporary art world, introducing viewers to innovative and exciting new trends. Members of the panel will discuss the intersection between their work and contemporary Chinese society, taking inspiration from everyday life experiences, memory, tradition, and the increasingly significant role of technology. The dialogue will introduce how artists incorporate new media into their creative process, focusing on work that expands the boundaries of traditional and innovative media using social spaces to explore culture, identity, and contemporary society. Ju Anqi is a filmmaker whose There’s a Strong Wind in Beijing was nominated at the Berlin Film Festival as a milestone in experimental Chinese film, while Tian Xiaolei is a digital artist whose video shorts and animations have received accolades from the Odense International Film Festival and Berlin Interfilm International Short Film Festival. 


This event will be in Chinese with English interpretation.


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The Bookworm
Courtyard #4, South Sanlitun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing
Phone: 10 6503 2050
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北京市朝阳区南三里屯路4号院
电话:10 6503 2050

Note: Only a limited quantity of tickets are available online. If they run out here, it does not necessarily mean the event is sold out. You can email info@chinabookworm.com or call (10) 6503 2050 for more information.

You can also buy tickets in person at The Bookworm.

2016年3月26日 星期六 10:00 至 11:30

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The Beijing Bookworm

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