01. 07. 2016

On Being Curious: Our First In-House Book On Contemporary Arts Criticism

Words by editor Laura Robertson Turner Prize winners, super slow canal culture, and DIY art schools… As it is published online and in print, editor Laura Robertson takes a personal look at the...

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21. 06. 2016

BRITISH POSTGRADUATE NETWORK FOR CHINESE STUDIES ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2016

Location Strand Campus Category Conference/Seminar When 23 (09:00) – 24/06/2016 (18:00) Contact bpcsannualconference2016@gmail.com The Lau China Institute is proud to host the British Postgraduate Network for Chinese Studies Annual Conference 2016 on ‘Dynamic...

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09. 02. 2016

Call for Papers: Visualising Chinese Borders in the Twenty First Century (Manchester, 5-6 Apr 2016)

CFP Visualising Chinese Borders in the Twenty First Century (Manchester, 5-6 Apr 2016) Manchester Business School, MMU, All Saints campus, Manchester, UK April 5 – 6, 2016 Deadline: Feb 15, 2016 AHRC research...

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24. 11. 2015

How do you spell “ass” in Square Word Calligraphy? An encounter with Xu Bing

by Gloria Habes Hsu Xu Bing is an artist I have been admiring for years. I would even say he was one of the people who inspired me to face the four-year battle...

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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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