Fragmented Memory and Energy: Chinese Contemporary Art and Its Multiple Layers of Ideology
Volume 5, Number 2, June 2006
by Carol Yinghua Lu
A revised version of a paper presented at Cultural Memory: An International Symposium on March 25, 2006, at House of World Cultures, Berlin. Carol (Yinhua) Lu examines how culture is manifested as fragments of memory in time. The last one hundred years of transformation in Chinese society and culture are seen as a factitious separation and disconnection of generations.
Carol (Yinhua) Lu, House of World Cultures, cultural memory, ideology, Cultural Revolution, Cynical Pop, Post-Sense Sensibility Movement, Super-Girl phenomenon, rise of the individual
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