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Scenes belong to the City

by Nana Bee Every city has a place that people can’t forget to go back. It’s full of complicated stories. If we lose the context, it’s hard to understand the connotation of the city and lost in the neon fluxes….

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The Serendipitous Antenna in Art of Life

by Nana Bee A lot of tales have talked about an invisible thread between people, pulling up a chance to meet occasionally. So that serendipity just like fate happens inevitably as predestined. There’s a similar concept in many societies of…

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About a foresight of an unexpected catastrophe

by Nana Bee In the early summer of 1997, in his studio and living room in Queens, NYC, Louis Wang always ignored my cry to go out for a party. He was so eager to complete his CG animation for…

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what stuffs we may miss

  Genre:Visual Arts Format: Digital Video Length:1‘50″ Year:2015 The beginning of 2020 is a mess Blue sky is a luxury goodie in the city, Green forest is an expectation. It is predicted that the Earth will warm up, The frozen…

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Experience the joy of handwriting again!

Do you type or swipe every day? How long hasn’t you written with a pen? Does that kind of  feeling turn strange to you? How about do some writing again! To feel the joy and temperature of doing so. Writing…

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Experience Life differently in Taosidency

It’s a summer afternoon,a small ranch of subtown in the north of Beijing, . A group of creatives gathered for a workshop inside a new art venue “The Cookie House” escorted by rose flowers in the garden. Among these roses,…

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Arts of Life on Rural Mix

Do you often lament that there is no place to go but watching TV, eating and shopping? The life of the metropolis is too much for you to breathe, but you can’t go out of the urban consumption circle to…

Yao Shou’s Idyllic Dream

by Louis K Wang This is an ink painting by Ming Dynasty artist Yao Sho whose brushstrokes and structure have been taken as evidence of creativity of Asia art history. This 180 x 47 cm scroll has an approximately history…

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After Watching the Documentary “the Country”

The documentary film “ten years of rural Chinese dream”, which will be premiered in the pastoral art joint exhibition, recently held a small test film activity and invited friends interested in film development to watch the film together. Frankly speaking,…

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