EXHIBITION

The Power of the Public Realm (2003-2004)

Realized in six stages, “The Power of the Public Realm” was a curatorial project dedicated to artistic practices conventionally excluded from Chinese contemporary culture. In its curation, the exhibition attempted to transform this highly exclusive model of cultural production by highlighting a plethora of narratives informed by the artists’ distinctive and often self-taught techniques. By inviting the artists to travel from Yan’an and other rural regions to the exhibition space in Beijing, the exhibition opened up a discursive field between two distinct conditions of cultural production.

Long March Project at Performa (2007)

In the second edition of Performa, Long March Project collaborated with four of its artists-comrades on the performance-based works that examine ideas of time and place in the trans-national context.

长征计划

LONG MARCH PROJECT