Yishu - Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art
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Winter/December 2005
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Volume 4, Number 4, Winter/December 2005

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Hong Kong SAR: Special Art Region
by Tobias Berger
p. 6
The Problem with Politics: An Interview with Oscar Ho
by John Millichap
p. 10
Tomorrow’s Local Library: The Asia Art Archive in Context
by Lee Weng Choy
p. 15
Report on “Re: Wanchai—Hong Kong International Artists’ Workshop”
by Eliza Patten
p. 24
Do “(Hong Kong) Chinese” Artists Dream of Electric Sheep?
by Norman Ford
p. 29
When Art Clashes in the Public Sphere—Pan Xing Lei’s Strike of Freedom Knocking on the Door of Democracy in Hong Kong
by Chen Shieh-wen
p. 41
Monumentality and Anti-Monumentality in Gu Wenda’s Forest of Stone Steles—A Retranslation and Rewriting of Tang Poetry
by Wu Hung
p. 51
From Glittering “Stars” to Shining El Dorado, or, the “adequate attitude of art would be that with closed eyes and clenched teeth”
by Martina Köppel-Yang
p. 59
Zhang Dali: The Face of China
by Patricia Eichenbaum Karetzky
p. 69
Collecting Elsewhere: An Interview with Uli Sigg
by Biljana Ciric
p. 76
A Dialogue on Contemporary Chinese Art: The One-Day Workshop “Meaning, Image, and Word”
by Tsao Hsingyuan
p. 81
An Interview with Xu Bing: Nonsensical Spaces and Cultural Tattoos
by April Liu
p. 88
A Visual Koan: Xu Bing’s Dynamic Desktop
by Christian Monks
p. 96
About the Chinese Presentation at the 2005 Yokohama Triennale
by Lu Jie
p. 101
A Short Review of a Very,Very Long Book
by John Clark
p. 107