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After the Autumn Fairytales

At the beginning of the 21st century, the Rural Mix Project in Beijing, thrived in the imagination of the globalization, has developed the concept of sustainability. Rural Mix is the international term of idyllic idea. It originated from Louis K Wang’s movement in Beijing and experience original movies, music and art in China. Through ever-changing public exhibition and constantly promoting different ways of life experience, Rural Mix is finding a way to exchange and innovate philosophic ideas of modern world.

It is just like good movies with the hope trying to composite and remix new concepts, performances, fashions, musics and showing modes to elicit deeper understanding. The Winter Garden and Cookie House of Pastoral Art are venues to exhibit interdisciplinary arts for life in Beijing where creative activities take place. It is said that with the support of many woods, one can gain real inspiration from the noosphere.

Louis K Wang and Nana Bee had experienced twelve years of pastoral art life, which will provide people a good reference of how to enjoy better life in the digital age. With different-disciplined communication arts, such as films, videos, dramas, photography, painting, printmaking, collages, magazines, fashion design and installation, stories were told automatically to people of different cognitive circles.

The artists who came in house on “2019 Autumn Fairytales” were Wang LiFeng,Zhang Zhaohui,Han Qing,Sun Ou,Wang Wei,Sun Kan,Yang LuFeng & Alan Skalaski. Their creative artworks were presented in a venue to glow their amazing charms, just as knights in a just castle in fairy tales of middle-age.

Most of their artworks were available to be collected  by visiting viewers. In this event let’s get to know Alan Skalaski , an emerging artist from the States, who got a scholarship to learn in Beijing. (Further story presented on YouTube)  In Autumn Fairytales, he shared his artworks depicting solitude of first arriving in Beijing. One of those paintings named “Friends”, capturing his feeling with new friends, was collected by a retired business lady. After his story told by curator Nana Bee, the lady collector got moved and wanted to have that kind feeling forever.

Allan Skalaski and his stay in the Cookie House

Believe it or not. Things Happen. All those stories will become collective consciousness for the future development in human history.

Producer: Louis K Wang
Curator: Nana Bee

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