17. 09. 2015

Action and Participation: Understanding the Aesthetics of Micro Micro Revolution

By Joe Williams “To be a teacher is my greatest work of art. The rest is the waste product, a demonstration…Objects aren’t very important any more. I want to get to the origin...

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27. 08. 2015

MICRO MICRO REVOLUTION: Post-Relational Art and cross-cultural practice

by Lily Mitchell The summer of 2015 highlights two significant exhibitions of contemporary Chinese art in Manchester, The M+ Sigg Collection: Chinese Art from the 1970s to Now at the Whitworth Gallery and Micro...

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20. 08. 2015

Lemon trees and sustainable oceans: Taiwan’s ecological art revolution

By Michele Chan Originally published in Art Radar, June 2015   Why are Taiwanese artists pioneering so many socially and environmentally engaged projects?  Art Radar investigates the trend, spotlighting two exhibitions of 12 quietly...

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10. 04. 2015

What happened and what “happened”: Sun Xun and demystifying myth and memory

By Joe Williams. Combining a sombre world outlook with a sense of artistic mischievousness, Sun Xun’s frighteningly absurd- or absurdly frightening- animations and illustrations have offered global audiences an idiosyncratic insight into the...

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31. 03. 2015

CFCCA Board Recruitment

CFCCA is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee.  The trustees of the charity are also board members of the company.  For simplicity these ‘dual’ positions are referred to as ‘board...

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