Objectivity, Absurdity, and Social Critique: A Conversation with Hou Hanru
Volume 8, Number 5, September/October 2009
by Michael Zheng
Hou Hanru and Michael Zheng discuss video within mainland China, and how its relationship to modernity andthe West has resulted in a practice with its own distinct characteristics.
Michael Zheng, video documentary, Hou Hanru, Zhang Peili, Joseph Beuys, social sculpture, avant-garde movement, Zhu Jia, Forever, The History of Chinese Painting and the History of Modern Western Art Washed in the Washing Machine for Two Minutes, Huang Yong Ping, Duchamp, chance, Xiamen Dada, Yang Zhenzhong, I Will Die, Xu Zhen, Shout, Kan Xuan, Lu Chunsheng, History of Chemistry II, Xing Danwen, Diaspora, Groundbreaking, The Face, Urban Fiction
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