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Qu Chang
Qu Chang currently lives and works in Hong Kong and Shenzhen. She is the associate curator at Para Site, Hong Kong. Her curatorial projects include Crush (2018), From whence the waves came (2018), Photo Booth: Lau Wai and Wong Wing Sang (2017), A Tale: The Land of Fish and Rice (2017), Black Spice (2016), and Adrift (2016). As an assistant curator/curatorial assistant, she also worked on exhibitions such as Manuel Pelmus: Movements at an Exhibition (2017), Soil and Stones, Souls and Songs (2017), Apichatpong Weerasethakul: The Serenity of Madness, Digging A Hole in China (2016), Geng Jianyi: East to the Bridge (2015), and New Measurement and Qian Weikang: Two Case Studies in Early Chinese Conceptual Art (2015). Meanwhile, Qu has also contributed to several publications as a writer, translator, and an editor, such as Peter Pál Pelbart: Cartography of Contemporary Life (OCAT, 2015), Wang Shang: Mr. Chicxulub (OCAT, 2014), and Animism (BeePub, 2013).
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Jiqing: The Transference of Feeling
Volume 17, Number 6, November/December 2018
by Qu Chang
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