The Gelatin Age: Contemporary Chinese Art’s New Powerat is the Mission of Asian Art Curators in the Age of Globalization?
Volume 7, Number 3, May/June 2008
by Zhang Qing
Zhang Qing defines the term “the Gelatin Age” and reviews the exhibition Infantilization, which brought together artists who grew up in a world without borders following the development of computing. They see themselves as citizens of a global village, free from economic or cultural barriers.
Zhang Qing, Gelatin Age, Infantilization, global identity
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