Made in China-Globalization: Art, Production, and Social Change
Volume 15, Number 6, November/December 2016
by Lu Mingjun
In this essay, Lu Mingjun explains the “Made in China-Globalization” concept and how art production changes as China has risen to become the second biggest economy in the world and will no longer be a “world factory”—passively accepting globalization—but an active force, promoting global rebalancing through “the Silk Road Economic Belt” and “the Maritime Silk Road,” and hinting at a new geopolitical, economic, and cultural world order.
Lu Mingjun, Made in China-Globalization, art production, social change, internet, Liu Wei, Yang Fudong, Xu Zhen, production-consumption, Art Post-Internet
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