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Mia Yu
Mia Yu is a Ph.D. candidate in art history at McGill University. Her research examines the ways in which Chinese contemporary artists recuperate traditional practices of calligraphy, literati painting, diagram-making, and rubbing as both visual tropes and work methods in their attempts to reactivate the past and reframe a critical experience of the present. As an English-Chinese bilingual writer and researcher, she regularly contributes to Leap, Artforum, and Randian. Based in Beijing, she organizes speaker series and panel discussions at OCT Contemporary Art Terminal, Xi’an.
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Going to the Country: Reconsidering Chinese Art Practices and Participation in the Rural Context
Volume 14, Number 2, March/April 2015
by Orianna Cacchione, Mia Yu
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